Are You Ready for the Crisis?

By George Marshall, CEO, Service Hospitality  Three years ago, the Government of Saskatchewan enacted legislation which incorporated psychological health and safety into the domain of the Workers’ Compensation Board.  This ...

Youth Safety Education Day Recap!

On behalf of Service Hospitality and our 4,100 members, we would like to extend our deepest appreciation and thanks for being a safety leader and participating in the most successful ...

Psychological Health and Safety at Work

Prevention, promotion and guidance for your workplace Today in Canada one in five people are living with a mental health problem or illness.  The accommodation and food services, government services, ...

Presenting: The Atlas Hotel

Have you heard some rumblings about what’s going on here at my hotel?  Were you thinking I wasn’t going to reach out to you to tell you about this personally?  Well, the wait is over… As of November 1st, my hotel’s name officially changed to The Atlas˚ Hotel. Check out our new website here! For […]

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Mental Health – Are you stepping up to the plate?

According to a recent statement released by WCB Saskatchewan, statistics show that work-related mental health claims have increased by 142% from 2016-2018. Are you affected by these results? Wondering what you can do to help your employees and organization? Service Hospitality has proactively taken the lead in researching and developing a series of resources related […]

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WCB News Release: For The First Time In A Decade, Average Preliminary Rate Will Not Decrease

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WCB announces proposed 2020 average employer premium rate Average preliminary rate will remain at $1.17 Regina, SK, Oct. 23, 2019 – After 12 consecutive years of decreases, the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB)’s 2020 proposed average employer premium rate will remain at $1.17 per hundred dollars of payroll. This is the same […]

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