Employee Benefits

What Canada’s Best Small Employers Do to Engage Their Employees


The firms on our list don't have the budgets of big businesses, but they don't skimp on perks

Are Your Employees Afraid to Talk About Depression?

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A new survey suggests workers often hide their diagnoses for fear of negative reactions

When You Can Afford to Give Employees Unlimited Vacation Time

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Letting your people take as many days off as they want can be a great engagement tool, but it lives and dies on your company culture

How to Turn Travel Into an Effective Incentive

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Flagging employee morale? Three new ways to rewards employees by sending them away

Where Caregiver Employees Need Your Support


The stress of looking after loved ones can wear on workplace performance. Four way to help staff cope

How to Reward Employees When You Can’t Afford a Bonus

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Money is always appreciated, but it isn't always possible. Five other ways to show your gratitude

The Growing Challenge of Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

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Employment law around doctor-prescribed cannabis is evolving, and businesses must adapt accordingly

How Much Should You Raise Salaries for 2016?

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A Hay Group survey says employers are expecting to boost base pay 2.4% next year, but the rate of increase is slowing

The Business Case for Supporting Employees’ Addiction Treatment

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Helping your staff get the help they need has a financial cost, but produces tangible returns

When Culture Matters More than Compensation

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Being small can be an advantage in the battle to secure top talent. Out-hire larger firms by emphasizing what your company stands for