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Work Life

We believe work-life balance supports your well-being and we genuinely care for our Great People – inside and outside of work.

On this page, you’ll find opportunities through our Workplace Wellness Strategy which recognizes and supports individuals in their personal pursuit of wellness.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion,
and Belonging

Join the Inclusive Action Committee to contribute to our ongoing efforts in promoting diversity, equity, inclusion, and a sense of belonging within our team. This committee plays a crucial role in steering our initiatives aimed at fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace.

Recognize the significance of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging and actively participate in advancing workplace diversity initiatives by accessing our DEIB Training Library on Shannex Connects.

Wellness Initiatives

By supporting wellness initiatives, team members can realize their aspirations, satisfy their needs and cope with the environment to live a long, productive and fruitful life.

Access more information about our wellness initiatives:

Contact Amanda Whalen at for more information.

Great People Give

As a Shannex team member, you can nominate community organizations serving seniors to receive funding. Nominations are open every quarter and are sent through Shannex Connects.

Through our Shannex Cares program, we want to help extend our support to community groups who are Elder Allies

Working to Well

We recognize the valuable contribution that team members of differing abilities can make to our organization.

Our Working to Well Program provides meaningful and appropriate accommodations for team members where required.

Accommodation programs are designed to respect the individual employee’s dignity and maximize their integration and participation in the workplace.

Contact Amanda Whalen at for more information.

The Working Mind

This program increases awareness about mental health and helps reduce the stigma associated with mental illness. It provides training sessions delivered by trainers on the occupational health team.

Team members will also receive a self-assessment tool, healthy coping strategies, and contact-based education.

Contact Heather Beaudoin at for more information.