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What makes a good outsourced chief investment officer?
The outsourced chief investment officer market is growing with low barriers to entry contributing to the number of players of ...
Workplace mental-health training on the rise: Sanofi survey
Half (51 per cent) of plan sponsors said they have a mental-health training program in place for managers and/or employees, ...
New B.C. financial services authority appoints CEO
The B.C. Financial Services Authority’s board of directors is appointing Blair Morrison as its new chief executive officer, ...
League launches new digital benefits platform
League Inc. is launching a new digital benefits platform in an effort to give plan members one place to access their health, ...
Survey finds majority of employers planning to invest in workplace wellness
The majority of plan members (77 per cent) and plan sponsors (85 per cent) agreed their workplace culture encourages health ...
Understanding the burden of adolescent eczema on patients, caregivers
For adolescents with atopic dermatitis, or eczema, the burden of illness is high and caregivers face many challenges, ...
Supporting employees with obesity starts with recognizing it’s a chronic disease
Six million Canadians are living with obesity and its prevalence is continuing to rise, said David Macklin, medical director ...
The numbers behind chronic disease in the workplace
“When you think about the total health-care budget in this country, we spent $250 billion in 2017 alone,” Lussier Hoskyn said ...
Rethinking long-term disability with cannabis-assisted return to work
Compared with recreational users, medical cannabis patients frequently use CBD-dominant preparations with the smallest amount ...
Behavioural change a key component to managing chronic disease
More than 50 per cent of working-age Canadians are living with one or more chronic disease, up from just 37 per cent in 2007, ...
The impact of hypoglycemia on workplace absenteeism
While the definition of type 1 diabetes – the body doesn’t produce insulin – sounds clear and concise, this disease is ...
Considering the link between cardiovascular disease, absenteeism and cost
Thirty per cent of deaths in Canada are due to cardiovascular disease. It kills more woman than all cancers combined. And it ...