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January 25, 2024

Longtime financial and benefits group finds new home in city’s north end

Sutton Wealth Planning and Sutton Benefits & Pension are now in Saskatoon's north end overlooking Silverwood Golf Course. Written by Don Rice Businesses and non-profit organizations regularly open and move in Saskatoon. Today the StarPhoenix talks to Jay Stark and...

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January 5, 2024

Setting intentions: In 2024, make mastering the art of money management and saving one of your goals

High grocery prices and interest rates were just the tip of the iceberg when considering the cost of living for 2023. Looking to 2024, you may be thinking a lot about money management and perhaps setting intentions for reaching your...

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November 9, 2023

Competing for Talent: Financial Wellbeing Is at the Forefront

For the Saskatchewan manufacturing, industrial, mining, and energy sectors Help wanted! If you’re an employer coping with the shortage of skilled labour in Saskatchewan, particularly in the manufacturing, industrial, mining, or energy sector, you’re not alone. Where specialized skills and...

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February 18, 2023

Labour shortage means business may have to offer more

By Carol Thomson Feb 18, 2023 | 2:52 PM Employees today are not just thinking about the money when choosing an employer. They’re prioritizing what they value in life and looking for workplaces that support work-life balance and a healthier...

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January 17, 2023

Attraction and Retention Strategies for 2023

Maximizing Your Pension Strategy for a Multigenerational Workforce According to the Chamber’s annual “Saskatoon Business Barometer,” the forecast for Saskatoon’s business community is bright. The survey revealed confidence in the economic opportunities for businesses to thrive but cited challenges that...

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November 3, 2022

Trends in Employee Mental Health & Wellbeing

Mental health “moments” happen, with many of us fluctuating between optimal and poor mental health every day. The pandemic has forced employers to pay greater attention to the mental health challenges many workers face. Before the pandemic, mental health needs...

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July 28, 2022

A Win-Win Opportunity

Canada’s annual inflation rate is at its highest point in over 30 years1 which puts pressure on wages as employees’ purchasing power decreases. Not surprisingly, the Canadian Workplace Culture Index recently conducted a survey that revealed 77 per cent of...

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July 4, 2022

Changing Perceptions of WORKPLACE SAFETY

What first comes to mind when you think of workplace safety as an employer? Perhaps something related to vehicle inspections, road conditions, ergonomics, personal protective equipment, or chemical hazards. What if you dug deeper and thought of workplace safety from...

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April 20, 2022

Employee Loyalty is Fleeting

As COVID-19 subsides, we are seeing the predicted “turnover tsunami” emerge. The Canadian Workplace Culture Index recently conducted a survey that revealed 77 per cent of employees in the Prairies would leave their job for the same position at another...

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January 17, 2022

Optimizing compensation beyond “show me the money”

Total rewards comprise many components beyond cash compensation. Employers have conscious decisions to make. Are you going to focus on base salary (the money) or total rewards when trying to attract and retain employees? Employees today are not thinking just...

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