Toronto Sun – …Salaries for administrative professionals are projected to increase an average of 3.5% in 2014.
A mandatory provincial pension program would ‘fill pension gap’: Proposal - Proposed program would focus on middle-income earnersFeb 25, 2014
Canadian HR Reporter – A mandatory, government-sponsored pension program would alleviate much of the pressure on the retirement system, according to a proposal by Morneau Shepell, in a recent newsletter titled Filling the Pension Gap.
Benefits Canada – Morneau Shepell suggests a new government-sponsored pension program at the provincial level as a way to improve the retirement system.
Morneau Shepell is suggesting a new government-sponsored pension program at the provincial level as a way to improve the retirement system.
When faced with issues regarding the sustainability of its DB pension plan, Saint John Energy, an electrical distribution utility servicing the City of Saint John, N.B., took an innovative approach to implement a leading-edge solution.
2 new tools introduced for mentally healthy workplaces - Case study research project, university-certified training to provide employers with more solutions around management’s roleFeb 10, 2014
…It’s about not only understanding how to create a mentally healthy workplace, but also how to keep that learning going, said Michelle Steinowicz, vice-president of client strategy at Morneau Shepell in Toronto.
Longer lifespans change pension numbers - New mortality tables could mean rising service costs, actuarial liabilities for plan sponsorsFeb 10, 2014
…By age: The new tables — collectively known as the CPM-RPP2014 tables — show public sector plan participants live longer than private sector participants.
One of the most significant recent measures of negative workplace stress was recently completed at Queen’s University through a partnership with Morneau Shepell Inc., the Toronto-based human resources specialist, and Bell Canada.
Bethune Whiston, a partner in Morneau Shepell’s Ontario retirement solutions and international practice, has been appointed to the Ontario Financial Services Tribunal.
Bethune Whiston, a partner in Morneau Shepell’s Ontario retirement solutions and international practice, has been appointed to the Ontario Financial Services Tribunal (FST).