The following was previously published in Canadian HR Reporter.
Affordable benefit plans are an essential incentive for employees, but currently pose challenges for companies as costs continue to rise and health claims and prescription drug requirements become more complex.
With Halloween upon us, Christmas coming fast on its heels, and candy just about everywhere for the next several months, parents should take extra care to make sure that kids, especially those under age 6, don’t mistake tricks for treats, and eat medication thinking it’s candy.
As we turn towards the homestretch of 2018, it’s time look back once again at what our twitter followers found interesting in Q3, and try to learn a lesson or two that we can use to guide us in making sure we produce engaging content for our followers as we forge ahead toward 2019.
We all know that even a bad cold makes life significantly harder: The smallest problems loom large and we feel awful. Poor sleep can leave us feeling more troubled and anxious than usual.
When severe illness strikes, this whole-life impact is magnified. It’s no surprise, then, that Canadians who are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), people like Heather, need help managing their complex medical treatments.
As we approach the fall equinox (September 22nd, when fall begins and the hours of sunlight equal the hours of darkness), many of Canada’s Indigenous communities will pause to give thanks, for the fall harvest, for the longer hours of sunlight that the summer season has provided, and to mark the passing of the sun’s annual cycle into its next phase.