Moore Stephens


Your dedicated human resources team or
the one that complements yours.

Labor shortages, the battle for talent, work-life balance – these challenges are all familiar to you. Faced with these challenges, we’re here to offer you a full range of services, from hour banks to meet specific needs, to health and safety management, to pay equity and the 1% Training law. We can be your dedicated human resources team or complement your own.


Prevention Mutual

Being part of a high-performance prevention mutual is a real game changer. More prevention, more safety, more time, more money and better relations with your teams.

Our prevention mutual group is ultra-performing, in the top 10 in Quebec, and is designed to alleviate your worries and boost your business!

Since your teams are your most valuable asset, we focus on:

    • Prevention through training and mobilization according to a personalized plan;
    • Rapid and safe re-entry of workers;
    • Complete management of claims and employee relations;
    • Keeping track of your expenses and files;
    • A significant reduction in your CNESST contribution rate;
    • Informed and prepared managers;
    • Experienced consultants, all members of theCertified Human Resources Professionals (CHRP);
    • Ongoing Training and Communication.

For our members, we carry out an annual audit to implement a detailed prevention program while contributing to the quality of your work environments and organizational culture. We also recommend and implement policies and procedures adapted to your reality, to ensure compliance with current laws and regulations.

Other advantages of the Demers Beaulne prevention mutual group:

    • Our members achieved incredible savings of 42%;
    • Competitive fees corresponding to just 8% of your annual contribution;
    • Professionals certified CHRP, CIRC;
    • Better working relationships;
    • An unwavering commitment to your success.

Occupational health and safety management

With our comprehensive OHS audit, our team conducts a thorough study of your workplace to ensure full compliance with current laws and regulations.

You will then receive an annual occupational health and safety audit with specific recommendations for improving safety in each risk category.

Health and safety promotion is an important pillar of OHS management, and we have several training and communication channels in place to keep your management team and workers informed and protected. We make sure to cover everything from safe motherhood programs and the reassignment of pregnant workers to the management process when an employee suffers a workplace injury.

Our approach is proactive and our solutions are tailor-made, allowing you to focus on what really matters: the success and well-being of your business and your employees.

Pay Equity

An effective pay equity process: essential for solid labor relations.

An effective pay equity process is just as important for your labor relations, your attractiveness as an employer, your organizational culture and your compliance with the CNESST.

A reminder of the law

All employers under provincial jurisdiction with 10 or more employees must carry out a pay equity exercise within the 4th calendar year. With the recent changes to the law, evaluation has become complex and cumbersome. To remain in good standing, the pay equity evaluation must be reviewed and posted every 5 years.

We specialize in the management of CNESST obligations, and ensure that every employer benefits from precise and rigorous follow-up. We make sure you’re in good standing for every assessment year, giving you total peace of mind.

What we do:

  • Production of your DEMES;
  • Completion of initial pay equity exercise;
  • Production of periodic maintenance assessments;
  • Using the software package;
  • Category identification.


Compliance with the 1% Training law

The “1% Training law” is a golden opportunity for companies looking for informed, qualified talent. It does, however, require rigorous administrative management.

All employers with a payroll of $2 million or more must monitor and account for their training expenditure. Which ones are eligible? A wide variety of activities are eligible. Our team takes care of all regulatory requirements and activity eligibility criteria. No more administrative hassles, no more unclaimed or lost money.

We can also help you optimize your skills development plans, so that you can make the most of this advantageous law. In fact, it’s not enough to offer training and record these expenses. A clearly defined process, in line with legal requirements, is essential to ensure that your training expenses are valid. That’s why we’re here to help you avoid unpleasant surprises that could result from a Revenu Québec audit. By working with us, we can help you improve your process and its documentation, ensuring compliance and peace of mind for your business.

Are you worried about accounting for eligible training and keeping all supporting evidence? Or is it a real headache? Our experts can help you apply for the Certificat de qualité des initiatives de formation (CQIF). Holders of a CQIF are exempt from having to keep track of their training expenses, retain their proof of training, and are no longer required to undergo audits by Revenu Québec.


Support for Human Resources Teams

Get unrivalled support in managing labor standards and disciplinary measures.

Our dedicated service for human resources teams offers expertise to support you in managing labor standards and disciplinary measures. Some cases are more delicate, such as complaints of psychological or sexual harassment. Opt for an external team to ensure confidentiality and impartiality. No more worries or stress, we’re here to support you every step of the way, whatever your needs.


    • Teleworking
    • Privacy and confidentiality
    • Letter of employment
    • Employee benefits
    • Salary policy
    • Performance/return management

Disciplinary measures

    • Verbal and written warnings
    • Chronic absenteeism
    • Physical or psychological disability
    • Neglect at work
    • Incompetence and unproductivity
    • Dismissal
    • Dismissal

Don’t wait any longer to benefit from first-class support and free your HR team from complex tasks. Choose our dedicated support service and focus on what really matters: the development of your business and your staff.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I lose money with the prevention mutual?

No, because the mutual’s rate is 42% lower than the unit’s rate. What’s more, the person who usually manages your company’s CNESST files can be freed up to contribute more to the company’s other activities, saving you money on accident file management and benefiting from prevention and training services.

How long does membership last?

The contract is renewable every year. Members may choose not to renew their membership each year without penalty or additional cost.

Why join a prevention mutual?

    • 42% reduction in annual CNESST premium;
    • Professional claims management;
    • Annual audit and prevention program;
    • Increased training and prevention;
    • Improving the company’s financial performance;
    • Beneficial for working relationships.

How much can I save by joining a prevention mutual?

Our mutual is one of the most efficient in Quebec, with savings of up to 42% on your CNESST contributions, compared with 15% for the average Quebec mutual.

When can I join the DB prevention mutual group?

You can contact us at any time to join our prevention mutual group! You must join us before September 30, 2024, to be part of the mutual in 2025, for example.

When should I carry out my pay equity exercise?

4 years following the year in which you reach 10 employees. Thereafter, you must maintain your equity and display the results every 5 years.

What are the penalties if I fail to comply with the Pay Equity Act?

    • A fine of between $1,000 and $45,000.
    • Substantial costs associated with variance correction (retroactive)

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