The 2015 workplace mental health priorities report

Read what employers, employees and physician think about mental health in the workplace.

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Employers ready for a mandatory new pension plan: survey

Jan 24, 2014

"I think what we are witnessing is pension reform fatigue,"...

OSC pushing companies for greater transparency about women on boards

Jan 21, 2014

…“In my view the proposal is consistent with the Canadian approach to corporate governance matters generally, and I do believe that if it is adopted, the benefits will come over time,” says Lynn Korbak

How extra payments could boost our CPP pensions: Mayers

Jan 19, 2014

the only thing stopping CPP changes is political will

Mental health training program established

Jan 17, 2014

Morneau Shepell and Bell, in collaboration with the faculty of health sciences at Queen’s University, have launched a progressive new workplace mental health certificate training program.

Taking on mental health

Jan 17, 2014

The National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace was launched a year ago by the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) and plans to keep improving employees’ mental health are underway

Success of first workplace mental health program hard to measure: agency

Jan 17, 2014

A more thorough version of that training will be offered through a new workplace mental health certificate training program.

Why improving workplace mental health is good business

Jan 17, 2014

We are seeing increasing interest in the Standard and growing momentum.

University-certified mental health workplace training program launches

Jan 16, 2014

A new workplace mental health certificate training program that teaches leadership skills in managing performance and promoting a mentally healthy workplace

SRPPs: A new model for pensions

Jan 15, 2014

Pension reform in New Brunswick can be traced to two highly publicized pension plan failures, which reduced incomes substantially below the level promised by the plans.

Winnipeg casinos looking for new provider for gambling information booths

Jan 15, 2014

Mehmel pointed to New Brunswick, where services are provided by Shepell FGI, a private company that operates employee assistance programs.