Sun Life has been awarded in three categories: Disability Management Consultant, Wellness Program and Employee Assistance Plan (EAP)
Online PR News – 23-June-2021 – Toronto, ON – Sun Life has been recognized in this year’s Readers’ Choice Awards released by Canadian HR Reporter, celebrating more than 100 top vendors and suppliers operating in the human resources space.
“In our 6th annual competition, 30,000 votes were cast for an impressive list of vendors, consultants, providers and legal experts in the HR space, in 48 categories,” says Canadian HR Reporter group editor Sarah Dobson. “Each of them had to pivot quickly as the pandemic rolled across the globe. Not only were their own operations affected, so too were employers and HR teams looking for their support as they worked to weather the storm."
Readers were invited to cast their ballots in a confidential online survey between March 8 and April 3, 2021, and nominees were also encouraged to send the survey to their customers.
Sun Life has been awarded in three categories: Disability Management Consultant, Wellness Program and Employee Assistance Plan (EAP).
Sun Life continues to redefine group benefits. By offering digital and product innovations, Sun Life can help reduce benefits plan costs. As a market leader in Group Benefits, Sun Life serves over 23,000 corporate, association, affinity and creditor groups across Canada.
For the full report see issue 34.06 of Canadian HR Reporter magazine out now. To view the list and to find out more about Sun Life click here: http://www.hrreporter.com/surveys-reports/readers-choice-awards/canadian-hr-reporter-readers-choice-2021/356857
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