VANCOUVER, Sept. 17, 2013 /CNW/ - Morneau Shepell Inc. is holding a complimentary breakfast seminar in Vancouver September 18, 2013, to present the results of its Compensation Trends & Projections Survey for 2014.
Among the findings of this year's survey:
- 43% of Canadian employers in the survey point to costs as the most important pension issue they need to address in 2014.
- This figure rises to 67% for respondents with defined benefit pension plans. Half of these respondents have in fact taken concrete measures over the last 2 years to reduce their pension costs.
- For Canadian employers with defined contribution plans, roughly 20% are planning to offer investment education to their plan members and a similar figure plan to review the investment options they offer.
These are just a few of the findings of Morneau Shepell's 31st annual Compensation survey, which was conducted between mid-June and mid-August 2013, with input from more than 300 organizations employing nearly three million people.
Media wishing to attend are asked to register by contacting: Nathan Gibson, [email protected], 416.445.8899 ext. 3308. Morneau Shepell representatives will be available for interviews.
|Location:||Fairmont Pacific Rim, 1038 Canada Place|
|When:|| Wednesday, September 18, 2013
7:45 a.m. Breakfast reception
8:45 a.m. Seminar begins
Speakers will include:
Compensation - Richard Béliveau, Partner
Pension - Ken Myck, Actuarial Principal
Health & Benefits Consulting - Jamie Johnson, Senior Consultant
Workers' Compensation - Mark Grabas, Senior Manager, Workers Compensation
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SOURCE: Morneau Shepell Inc.
For further information:
416.445.8899 ext. 3308