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December 20, 2016

Small Business Best Practices for Scheduling Time off During the Holidays

How to avoid holiday scheduling headaches The holiday season is the time for taking well-deserved time off, spending it with family and friends. However, for small businesses, it could be your busiest time of year; scheduling your employees’ time off while ensuring coverage can produce huge headaches for your company.

December 14, 2016

Employees with purpose: How small businesses can create a meaningful workplace and increase productivity

It makes perfect sense. When you’re in control and focused, you also tend to feel energized, inspired and more productive. You think clearer and work better. Those are the times when heightened enthusiasm drives you to accomplish more, whether at home or the office.

December 6, 2016

Anywhere Payroll for Everywhere Business

Four smart ways small businesses can benefit from mobile payroll Being a small business owner, you probably need to be on the road frequently. But a large part of your work still needs to be done from your desk. Thankfully, with the mobile revolution empowering more businesses than ever in new and innovative ways, no-one […]

November 8, 2016

Kick-starting a Second Career with a Small Business

More and more older professionals today are starting their own small businesses after a long career working for big ones. According to one survey, 86% of business professionals plan on working after retirement*– and a great many of those will launch their own entrepreneurial endeavours. In fact, a CIBC study showed more than half a […]

October 31, 2016

What do Switzerland and Succession Planning have in common? And what do they have to do with your small business?

In a world where entrepreneurship is growing exponentially, the discussion of succession planning is becoming more important than ever. Preparing and planning for the sale of your business – emotionally and financially– is becoming more crucial. Why do I say this?

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