A number of insurance companies have been recognized as “Employee Recommended Workplaces” for their efforts to create and maintain a healthy and productive workforce.
Human resources consulting firm Morneau Shepell, in partnership with The Globe and Mail, has recognized Canadian organizations that have achieved high standards for healthy workplaces – as reported by their employees.
In total, 75 organizations were awarded the designation for this year – which allows them to use the “Employee Recommended Workplace” badge in their communications materials to identify them as employers of choice.
Seven companies involved in the insurance industry were given recognition:
- Benefits by Design (group benefits insurance), Ontario
- CAA Club Group (auto insurance), Ontario
- FIRST Insurance Funding of Canada (insurance payment solutions), Ontario
- Gore Mutual Insurance (P&C insurance), Ontario
- SouthEastern Mutual Insurance (personal and commercial insurance), New Brunswick
- Special Risk Insurance Managers Ltd. (specialty insurance), British Columbia
- TD Bank Group (personal insurance), Ontario
“As more workplaces focus on employee health and well-being, it’s reassuring to see a wide range of employers represented in the 2019 Employee Recommended Workplaces, including organizations of all sizes, from all corners of Canada and from both the private and public sectors,” commented Morneau Shepell president and CEO Stephen Liptrap.
Of the 75 organizations that made the list, winners in 12 business categories will be announced on March 19 at The Globe and Mail’s Solving Workplace Challenges Summit.