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Retention in 2011: from Optional Expense to Essential Investment

Sifting through the wreckage of the Great Recession to find glimmers of good news stories is enough to frustrate even the most ardent optimist. However, for those of us who want to see the glass as half full, glimpse the light at the light of the end of the tunnel, …

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Timing Employee Termination

So, you’ve made the decision to terminate an employee…..now what??  Ending the employment relationship in this fashion is one of the most daunting tasks for Managers and Business Owners.  There are, however, several proactive steps that you can take to ensure the process is handled properly, professionally and with consideration …

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How to Avoid Costly Legal Action Caused by Co-worker(s) Harassment

There has always been a clear understanding that employers are held responsible for the actions of their managers and supervisors in matters concerning harassment in the workplace. Whether an employer knew that there was harassment going or not, if they do not take action upon learning of the complaint, they …

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Catching the M&A Wave

A recent article in the December 8th issue of Globe & Mail reports that BMO is seeing a boom in mergers in the coming year.  If you are one of the fortunate Canadian companies predicted to expand your operations or buy out a competitor in 2011, improve your chances of …

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