This month, LifeSpeak are running a featured training that is all about how you can embrace the possibilities and the limitations of what you can do as a caregiver. The modules will cover the following topics: How to be enough for yourself while caregiving Learning your boundaries and how to say no Asking for help […]
Canada Life is offering several free webinars and tools to help support plan members during the pandemic.
Are you struggling to adjust both mentally and physically to working from home? Looking for ways to cope with the new normal?
A shareholder resolution filed by the Pension Plan of The United Church of Canada, supported by the Shareholder Association for Research & Education (SHARE) with Ovintiv (new name of EnCana) was approved by 56% of shareholders.
May is Mental Health Month, and a large component of mental health involves self-esteem.
As residents of the Portapique community in Nova Scotia cope in the aftermath of Saturday’s tragic shootings, please know that your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is here to support you and your family with our resources.
Active, deferred and retired members of The United Church Pension Plan will see some increases for 2020.