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Aon provides Canadian human resource leaders with timely information on key trends, emerging issues, and legislative changes in the group benefits space.
Are mental health concerns changing the way you think about benefits?
The Mental Health Commission of Canada reports that in 2011, mental health problems and illnesses among working adults in Canada cost employers more than $6 billion in lost productivity from absenteeism, presenteeism and turnover.
Learn more about legislative and industry changes that affect group insurance and employee benefits practices. Aon's unique perspective tackles basic compliance requirements and identifies opportunities for strategic benefits plan improvement.
|Recent Information Bulletin issues|
|Draft Legislative Proposals Supporting the Conversion of Health and Welfare Trusts|
|B.C. Pharmacare Expands Use of Biosimilars|
|OHIP: proposed cuts to emergency out-of-country and osteopathy coverage|
|Ontario Budget 2019|
|Federal Budget 2019|
|OHIP+ excludes Ontarians with private coverage beginning April 1, 2019|
|National Pharmacare: Federal strategy to be announced in 2019|
|PIPEDA - New Mandatory Data Breach Reporting Requirements|
|British Columbia Employer Health Tax Legislation Introduced|
|Medical Cannabis - Making the Group Benefit Coverage Decision|
Find out what employers are thinking about trends in group insurance and employee benefits. Leverage Aon insight to ensure programs reflect market needs and contribute to an engaged and competitive workforce.
|Recent Rapid Response Surveys|
|Paramedical Benefits: are mental health concerns changing the way you think about benefits?|
|Group Benefits and Workplace Priorities 2018|
|Cost Sharing: employer strategy in the final year of B.C. MSP|
|Benefits Redefined Survey Report: what if everything changed?|
|Workplace Mental Health Survey Report: connecting business risk and strategy|
|Family Leaves Survey Report: employer top-up practices|
|Voluntary Benefits Survey Report: the evolution of total rewards|
|Pharmacare in Canada Survey Report: the employer perspective|
|Delayed Retirement Survey Report: employee benefits and the over-65 workforce|