Since 1984
Topics In This Issue
  • 2019 – Human Resources Year in Review
  • Webinar: Understanding Traditional and New Benefits Products
  • Community Impact Grant
  • Insurance for Heritage Buildings
  • Ask the Pharmacist: Seasonal Affective Disorder
2019 – Human Resources Year in Review
What are the changes and who does this affect?
2019 has been an eventful year in the world of HR. Though not as busy as some previous years, there were many changes to legislation for both the public and private sectors.

  • Bill 66
  • Canada Labour Code
  • Harassment in the Workplace
  • Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace
January 22, 2020 Webinar Wednesday
Understanding Traditional and New Benefits Products
Employee benefits plans are comprised of a selection of benefits products. However, as times change, so do benefits plans. Participants will come away with a better understanding of the products and services that are available including new offerings, such as Medical Cannabis and income replacement for compassionate care leave. We will discuss how you can enhance your offering to employees and the associated costs.
Ecclesiastical is proud to protect those who enrich the lives of others and equally proud to give back to the diverse communities we serve across Canada, through the Community Impact Grant. We are also a proud corporate sponsor of the Governor General's "The History Award for Excellence in Museums: History Alive!", and the named sponsor of "The National Trust's Cornerstone Awards for Building Heritage"
Insurance for Heritage Buildings
Is Your Organization in a Heritage Building?
Ecclesiastical Insurance Office PLC has been working to protect our heritage for more than 130 years. We’ve used this time to learn how to help protect heritage buildings from damage and to carefully restore them should a catastrophe occur.

Our Commercial Heritage Protect product has been developed with the input of customers to ensure that it meets the unique needs of these tangible elements of our history. It delivers effective insurance protection by providing necessary coverages at competitive prices.
Ask the Pharmacist: Seasonal Affective Disorder
What is seasonal affective disorder?
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of mood disorder that presents with similar symptoms to anxiety and depression, with the difference that these symptoms are related to changes in seasons. SAD typically has an onset in the fall months, symptoms peak in the winter months, and recover by the end of spring. The most common symptoms are moodiness, lack of energy, and oversleeping. 
ASSOCIUM Divisions
Since 1984, ASSOCIUM Consultants continues to lead the industry in specialized human resource services, organizational development and provides HR expertise across a broad range of services. 
We're unique in the marketplace providing innovative and customized Advisor services: Managing General Agent , Third Party Administrator, Claims Adjudication, Specialty Drug Management / Preferred Pharmacy Network and Human Resources Consulting. 
Our employee group benefits division, being in business since 1997, gives us the experience to provide customized alternative plans and reduce administrative costs for our clients, while quoting sustainable rates at start up - and at renewal.  
Our procurement services division launched in 1996 as an added source of assistance to the not-for-profit sector ( GAIN). Recently this service has been expanded to include private small business under the Advantage banner. Our goal is to help your organization access preferred pricing for products and services as well as resolve any purchasing issues you may encounter.             
 Supporting the success of Canadian organizations since 1984. 
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