Is your benefits program, pension communications plan or mental-health strategy worth shouting about?

Wrap up your nominations – for your organization or another worthy employer – by June 30, 2016, when the Benefits Canada‘s 2016 Workplace Benefits Awards closes to entries.

There are a number of categories to choose from, including four new ones for this year’s awards: decumulation strategy, member education, pension innovation and strategic partnership in drug management.

Read: Who are the winners of the 2015 Workplace Benefits Awards?

Previous winners and finalists have seen the award as an incentive or inspiration to boost their programs even further in the subsequent year. Halifax-based IWK Health Centre, for instance, introduced a range of new initiatives around its employees’ mental, physical and financial well-being after winning in 2015.

Find out what the winners and finalists of the 2015 Workplace Benefits Awards have been up to since last year:

IWK Health Centre boosts wellness programs following 2015 award

Lakeside Process Controls focuses on positive change in annual wellness program

Bruce Telecom highlights mental-health week with daily initiatives

93% of ABB Canada staff tailor their benefits plan

CSA Group doubles participation in DC pension

Bell Canada launches new mental-health support programs

GE Canada enters third stage of mental health strategy

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