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Acclaim in action

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Acclaim at HR Leaders’ Summit discussing Acclaim’s Disability Management Program at Magna International

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Introducing Acclaim Ability Management: Providing clients with a convenient solution to disability management

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Where Acclaim started: A closer look into Acclaim’s Northern Ontario roots

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Acclaim testimonial: Wendy Jackson, Magna International

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Témoignage à propos d’Acclaim : Wendy Jackson, Magna International

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Acclaim testimonial: Mark Spencer, Revera Living

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Acclaim testimonial: Doug Kube, Sofina Foods

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Introduction to WellAbility, Acclaim’s multi-tiered wellness platform

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Acclaim assessments: Completed for employers, insurance companies, government agencies and law firms

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Industry News

Click on the links below for industry-related news, issues and events.


Promoting Better Return to Work – NIDMAR/HRPAO

Acclaim was proud to host the post conference reception where recent CDMP graduates received their certificates. Two Acclaimers received their certificates at the event and Acclaim CEO Tony Fasulo spoke at the reception.

Congratulations to NIDMAR and the Ontario HRPA

Acclaim wishes to extend its congratulations to NIDMAR and the HRPA of Ontario on their partnership announcement. As a supporter of NIDMAR since 2004, Acclaim understands the benefits of following the NIDMAR standard of practice.

Acclaim at the HR Leaders’ Summit

CEO Tony Fasulo talks about the challenges facing HR professionals at the HR Leaders’ Summit, November 2014.

Absent Workers Cost the Canadian Economy Billions

According to a study by the Conference Board of Canada “Missing in Action: Absenteeism Trends in Canada,” the Canadian economy lost more than $16 billion due to absenteeism.