Twelve Canadian organizations win Employee Recommended Workplace Awards
Morneau Shepell and The Globe and Mail announce 2019 category winners at the third annual conference and award ceremony
TORONTO, March 25, 2019 /CNW/ - On March 19, Morneau Shepell and The Globe and Mail announced the category winners of the third annual Employee Recommended Workplace Award at The Globe and Mail's Solving Workplace Challenges conference in Toronto. The winning organizations achieved the top Total Health scores in their categories, representing privately owned, public, not-for-profit and government sectors in small, mid-sized and large businesses. The category winners will be profiled nationally in The Globe and Mail on Friday, March 29.
The Employee Recommended Workplace Award recognizes excellence in achieving a healthy, engaged and productive workforce, and is the only award of its kind based entirely on feedback from employees. Employees completed a short confidential survey that includes questions about their physical and mental health, as well as aspects of their work and life – all elements of Total Health that impact employee engagement and productivity. On completion, organizations received a summary report that identified areas of strength and areas where more work may be needed to improve the health of their workforce.
The 2019 Employee Recommended Workplace Award category winners are:
|• Private company:
|Sklar Wilton & Associates (small)
|MDS Aero Support Corporation (mid-sized)
|Avison Young (Canada) Inc. (large)
|• Public company:
|Herman Miller Canada Inc. (small)
|Sandoz Canada Inc. (mid-sized)
|Pason Systems Inc. (large)
|OCAS Application Services Inc. (small)
|Aéroport de Québec Inc. (mid-sized)
|CAA Club Group (large)
|Town of Kentville (small)
|Northwestern Health Unit (mid-sized)
|NB Power (large)
"Upholding a healthy and productive workplace can be a challenging feat for employers," said Stephen Liptrap, President and Chief Executive Officer, Morneau Shepell. "Workplace stress and isolation continue to affect employees at a higher rate each year, making it significantly more difficult for employers to achieve positive total well-being of all employees. The 2019 Employee Recommended Workplace Award recipients recognize that successfully supporting the physical, mental, work and life health of employees is critical to creating a healthy workplace culture and to improving the bottom line. We are excited to honour these industry-leading companies that are paving the way for employee well-being in Canada."
"We're thrilled to see new and returning organizations represented in this year's awards. These companies are leading the way in prioritizing employee wellness," said Phillip Crawley, Publisher and Chief Executive Officer, The Globe and Mail. "We are delighted to recognize organizations that continue to uphold a high standard of employee well-being and congratulate all of the 2019 winners."
Morneau Shepell and The Globe and Mail named a total of 75 organizations who qualified as Employee Recommended Workplaces in the third annual awards. The full list of recipients can be found here: http://morneaushepell.mediaroom.com/2019-02-07-Seventy-five-organizations-recognized-as-Employee-Recommended-Workplaces-for-2019.
The fourth annual 2020 Employee Recommended Workplace Awards opens in early April. For more information on the awards and to register online, please visit employeerecommended.com.
About Morneau Shepell
Morneau Shepell is the only human resources consulting and technology company that takes an integrated approach to employee well-being, health, benefits and retirement needs. The Company is the largest administrator of retirement and benefits plans and the largest provider of integrated absence management solutions in Canada. LifeWorks by Morneau Shepell is a total well-being solution that combines employee assistance, wellness, recognition and incentive programs. As a leader in strategic HR consulting and innovative pension design, the Company also helps clients solve complex workforce problems and provides integrated productivity, health and retirement solutions. Established in 1966, Morneau Shepell serves approximately 24,000 clients, ranging from small businesses to some of the largest corporations and associations. With more than 4,500 employees in offices worldwide, Morneau Shepell provides services to organizations around the globe. Morneau Shepell is a publicly-traded company on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: MSI). For more information, visit morneaushepell.com.
About The Globe and MailThe Globe and Mail is Canada's foremost news media company, leading the national discussion and causing policy change through brave and independent journalism since 1844. With our award-winning coverage of business, politics and national affairs, The Globe and Mail newspaper reaches 6.7 million readers every week in our print or digital formats, and Report on Business magazine reaches 1.7 million readers in print and digital every issue. Our investment in innovative data science means that as the world continues to change, so does The Globe. The Globe and Mail is owned by Woodbridge, the investment arm of the Thomson family.
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