We are honored to be recognized as proven advocates of workplace wellness & for fostering an environment of healthy practices.
Oakville, ON – February 20, 2018 – Indellient Inc. – a technology solutions and professional services firm that empowers businesses to meet and exceed their critical business and technology objectives – has recently earned the distinction of being named an Employee Recommended Workplace by Morneau Shepell and The Globe and Mail.
The award recognizes companies that have prioritized the health and well-being of their employees, measured by a survey focusing on each employee’s physical and mental health, as well as aspects of their work and home life. Indellient received tremendous participation from employees and secured a score high enough to be recognized as an Employee Recommended Workplace.
“We are delighted to begin the new year on the right foot by receiving this recognition. We have made it a priority of Indellient to promote mental health in the workplace and work hard to ensure our employees achieve a work-life balance, so this award is particularly meaningful to our team. Our employees enjoy flexible hours, social events, on-site health and fitness classes, and we are proud to give them an avenue to live healthier, happier lives,” says Japneet Gill, HR Manager at Indellient.
“As a result of our on-going efforts to prioritize our employee’s health and well-being, we are able to position ourselves as technology leaders,” says Gill. “We also engage our employees with exciting and challenging work that keeps them professionally stimulated.”
“Organizations that ensure their employees’ health is a top priority see a positive return on productivity, engagement, and improved business results,” said Stephen Liptrap, President, and CEO, Morneau Shepell. “We are pleased to see these employers being recognized by their employees for their efforts in creating a healthy workplace.”
Of the 53 companies short-listed for the awards, nine companies will be named winners at an award ceremony on March 20, 2018, hosted at The Globe’s headquarters in Toronto.
Indellient, the creator of Blue Relay and a Top Canadian ICT and PROFIT500 company, empowers businesses to meet and exceed their critical business and technology objectives. We provide custom software development and IT professional services within today’s fastest-growing areas of Data & Analytics, DevOps and Business Process Management (Blue Relay). Using cutting edge technology and industry best practices, we provide efficient solutions to complex challenges and drive our client’s business forward.
About Morneau Shepell
Morneau Shepell is the only human resources consulting and technology company that takes an integrated approach to employee assistance, health, benefits and retirement needs. The Company is the leading provider of employee and family assistance programs, the largest administrator of retirement and benefits plans and the largest provider of integrated absence management solutions in Canada. As a leader in strategic HR consulting and innovative pension design, the Company helps clients solve complex workforce problems and provides integrated productivity, health and retirement solutions. Established in 1966, Morneau Shepell serves approximately 20,000 clients, ranging from small businesses to some of the largest corporations and associations. With more than 4,000 employees in offices across North America, Morneau Shepell provides services to organizations across Canada, in the United States and around the globe. Morneau Shepell is a publicly-traded company on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: MSI). For more information, visit morneaushepell.com.
About The Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail, founded in 1844, is Canada’s foremost news media company. Each day, The Globe leads the national discussion by engaging Canadians through its award-winning coverage of news, politics, business, investing and lifestyle topics, across multiple platforms. The Globe and Mail print and digital formats reach 6.5 million readers every week, with Report on Business magazine reaching 1.6 million readers every issue in print and digital. The Globe and Mail is owned by Woodbridge, the investment arm of the Thomson family.