The 2024 state of workplace health and wellness in Canada
Report #1

The 2024 state of workplace health and wellness in Canada

Download our first report from our research series, focusing on the perspectives of working Canadians when it comes to their health and well-being.

The declining mental health of working Canadians
Report #2

The declining mental health of working Canadians

Download the second report from our research series, focusing on the perspectives of working Canadians when it comes to their mental health.

In our 2024 research series, get access to 4 exclusive reports

From exploring benefits trends and engagement, to digging into sleep and financial well-being, this year’s research series will reveal how Canadians really feel — and how HR leaders are stepping up.

Spoiler: There's still a critical gap between what employees expect, and the support organizations are providing.

Sign up for the newest report in this exclusive series, and be the first to receive the subsequent reports as soon as they’re published!

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Report #1

The state of workplace health and wellness in Canada

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While HR leaders strive to meet the needs of their workforce, employees report that available support and services fall short. Nearly all working Canadians express a desire to enhance their personal well-being and believe employers can play a role in supporting them.

With learnings like this, you will be equipped to drive change in your organization.

The 2024 report dives into data to understand a variety of issues: 

  • More than 50% of employees have never accessed their EAP.

  • 89% of employees believe their employers should provide well-being support, yet more than half say their employer hasn’t acted on it.

  • Over 70% of HR leaders say that talent attraction and retention are a challenge.

Get access to the full report for essential insights and practical tips you can implement today.

Report #2

The declining mental health of working Canadians

The declining mental health of working Canadians

Various lifestyle factors impact Canadians’ mental well-being, including inadequate sleep, lack of physical activity, and feelings of loneliness. 

With 1 in 3 noting a decline in their mental health in the past year, employers must take notice. There are clear opportunities to enhance employees' mental well-being, but it's essential to adopt a holistic and tailored approach. 

Our latest report in the 2024 research series delves into fresh insights:

  • 42% of employees rate their mental health as fair or poor.

  • 32% attribute work-related stress to poor sleep.

  • Only 1 in 4 feel very comfortable seeking professional mental healthcare. 

Explore the factors influencing mental health, understand employee needs, and adapt your well-being strategy to safeguard your workforce.

Report #3

The growing focus on financial well-being

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The growing focus on financial well-being

A whopping 96% of working Canadians believe that finances are a major contributor to overall well-being. And the vast majority of employers agree.

But only 62% of organizations offer financial counselling and support. 

Discover how employees' financial well-being can impact organizational health and success.

Coming soon

Report #4

Bridging the health gap in diverse workplaces

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Bridging the health gap in diverse workplaces

Workplaces are getting more diverse, with people of all ages, backgrounds, genders, and experiences teaming up for common goals.  

 

Diversity sparks innovation and growth, but it can also pose challenges when dealing with the varying well-being needs of employees. 

 

Understand how your diverse team views their benefits to build a supportive system that includes everyone. 

Coming soon

In partnership with Environics

In partnership with Environics

Environics Research delivers evidence-based solutions to clients working in a range of sectors and industries. 

Their team is drawn from many disciplines – from business and marketing to sociology and urban affairs. This mix makes Environics a creative and intellectually vibrant research and consulting firm, where methodological rigour and unrivaled analytical capabilities come together.

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Dialogue + Environics research
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