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Tips to Prevent Workplace Theft

07.23.17

According to Statistics Canada , 15% of all company fraud can be attributed to employees. Small businesses have it tough as they often lack the resources to implement control systems, and with limited staff accounting duties are not segregated. Albeit, [...]

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What You Don’t Know Could Cost You

07.23.17

Employment practices liability claims can affect any size company. Wrongful termination, discrimination and harassment are just a few of the claims employees file against their employers. The litigation toll can be high, resulting in costly payouts, tension and [...]

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5 Exercises to Stay Active at the Office

07.23.17

Sitting in front of a screen all day isn’t a physically stimulating activity, especially if you have meetings, paperwork and deadlines to contend with. However, with a little ingenuity, you can transform some of the time spent at [...]

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A Shred-a-Thon Near You

07.23.17

Schill Insurance is hosting 2 Shred-A-Thons this May in Coquitlam and Ocean Park to raise money for Sources Community Resource Centres and the Coquitlam Share Society. BC RECORDS Management Services is providing a 6 ton commercial grade truck to [...]

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Top Cyber Threats of 2016 – How to Deal

07.23.17

The McAfee Labs 2016 Threat Predictions report identifies top threats for the coming year as well as predictions for future cyber threats through 2020. The following is a summary of the report’s findings: Hardware Attacks that exploit flaws in [...]

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Management Liability Demystified

07.23.17

Source: Travelers Canada We often field questions regarding types of coverage and their importance. One such coverage we answer a lot of questions about is Directors & Officers Liability coverage. Management liability threats can be mysterious for business leaders in [...]

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Preventing top 4 construction hazards

07.23.17

Preventing the Top 4 Construction Hazards:  You’re good at your job and you love what you do. However, every time you come to work, you risk suffering an injury. The construction site is one of the most hazardous [...]

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How the CPP will Impact Businesses

07.23.17

On June 20, 2016, the federal government and the majority of Canadian provinces reached an agreement in principle regarding changes to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). The changes will be phased in over the course of seven years, [...]

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The Why & How: Exit Interviews

07.23.17

What is an Exit Interview?   Exit interviews are conducted by Human Resources when an employee is leaving the company. Some employers limit these interviews to employees who are resigning or retiring voluntarily, but some will conduct them for terminated [...]

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Canada Remains Tax Competitive for Businesses

07.23.17

According to KPMG’s recent report titled Focus on Tax, Canada remains the most tax-competitive country for businesses. The report, which assessed the tax competitiveness of 111 cities across 10 countries, ranked Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal in the top [...]

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