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Morneau Shepell has issued a report that contains an analysis and interprovincial comparison with respect to Bill 59, the Québec’s Act to modernize the occupational health and safety regime.
The results presented in this report are an analysis of responses collected from a broad cross-section of industries representing approximately 900 Canadian organizations on their expected changes in compensation for 2021.
This report is not a definitive look at Canada’s changing labour market; instead, it explores how employers are responding to rapid change and attempting to prepare for an uncertain future.
The Mental Health Index provides a measure of the current mental health status of employed adults in a given geography, compared to the benchmarks collected in the years of 2017, 2018 and 2019.
The results presented in this report are an analysis of responses collected from a broad cross-section of industries representing 506 Canadian organizations on their expected changes in compensation for 2020.
This report explores latest research on recreational cannabis use and implementation, detailing the trends that will change after legalization and whether or not employers are equipped to successfully navigate this change.
This guide will take you through the elements of a claim, what can be done to reduce future claims and mitigate your risk, how to impact your premiums, and why creating a culture of safety is in everyone’s best interest.
Our annual Trends in Human Resources survey canvasses Canadian employers on their priorities for the coming year, expected changes in compensation for 2019 and emerging issues that have the potential to impact the workplace.
One in every five Canadians experiences a mental health problem or illness within a given year.