Benefits Canada recognized winners across seven categories at the 2019 Workplace Benefits Awards on Thursday.
At a luncheon and awards ceremony at the Arcadian Loft in Toronto, more than 100 leaders in the benefits, pension and investment industries gathered to see awards presented to Canadian employers that are proactively and passionately making a difference in their employees’ financial, mental and physical well-being.
The winners of the 2019 Workplace Benefits Awards are:
Benefits plan communications: WSP Canada Inc.
Absence management: Scotiabank
Diversity program: Scotiabank
Health/wellness program (under 1,000 employees): Franklin Templeton Investments
Health/wellness program (at least 1,000 employees): Fidelity Canada
Mental health: Niagara Casinos
Pension plan communications: Goodyear Canada Inc.
Sanofi wellness pioneer: NAV Canada
Congratulations to all the finalists and the winners. And a big thank you to this year’s sponsors, Green Shield Canada and Morneau Shepell Ltd.
We’d also like to thank the panel of judges that helped select this year’s finalists and winners: Sarah Beech, Accompass Inc.; Gavin Benjamin, Willis Towers Watson; Jordan Fremont, Bennett Jones LLP; Jean-Guy Gauthier, CQFD Actuariat; Alyssa Hodder, Eckler Ltd.; Linda Lewis-Daly, Lewis-Daly & Associates; Marliee Mark, Marilee Mark Consulting; Colin Ripsman, Elegant Investment Solutions Inc.; Kim Siddall, Aon; and Alethea Spiridon, Benefits Canada.
Special thanks also goes out to four of last year’s winners who took part in judging this year: Martha Callum, Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Ltd.; Tanya Hickey, Ontario Power Generation; Nancy Marchese, City of Richmond Hill; and Kate Tilsley, Staples Canada.
More detailed stories about all of the award winners will be featured on BenefitsCanada.com and in the newsletter all next week.