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|Canadian Payroll Reporter|Last Updated: 09/01/2015

Employee health and productivity a priority for 2016: Survey

TORONTO — Improving the health and engagement of employees is a top priority for a growing number of human resources leaders, says a recent survey by consulting firm Morneau Shepell.

The annual survey found that 66 per cent of survey respondents see the issues as a priority, compared to 53 per cent last year.