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Reshaping the future: Designing a total rewards strategy in uncertain times

Published By: Mercer Canada | 04/12/2020

Total rewards planning has always been a critical element of business planning, but never more so than during these unprecedented times. A balance of economics and empathy is critical for a well-designed total rewards strategy that allows you to support your business objectives and reinforce your employee experience.

 

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CAP To The Future: Decumulation In CAP Plans

Published By: Morneau Shepell | January 18, 2021

Private sector companies in Canada have shown increasing interest in capital accumulation plans (CAPs) for a number of years and CAP assets under management continue to grow. However, the transition of these savings into decumulation products has not been entirely beneficial for retirees. In ‘CAP To The Future: Decumulation In CAP Plans,’ Michelle Loder and Christie Lambie, vice-presidents, DC solutions, at Morneau Shepell, look at the evolution of the decumulation landscape in Canada as a fundamental step forward in the direction of improved wellbeing for CAP participants at all stages of the journey to retirement.

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