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RLB Summer Webinar Series: Management During a Pandemic HR and Cash Flows

RLB Summer Webinar Series: Management During a Pandemic HR and Cash Flows

HR with Dana Gidge Compliance

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RLB Summer Webinar Series: Tax Planning in an Economic Downturn

RLB Summer Webinar Series: Tax Planning in an Economic Downturn
July 20, 2020
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Impact of economic Downturn and Opportunities

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Benefits to Increase Retention

Benefits to Increase Retention
July 1, 2020

Benefits are an essential part of an employee’s compensation package. In an ever-changing industry with a competitive market for skilled labour, a good benefits plan can help your company retain and attract the right people. A portion of each employee’s benefits plan is legislated, but some aspects can be adjusted to be attractive to current or potential employees.

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Filing Personal Taxes in 2020

Filing Personal Taxes in 2020
June 22, 2020
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With the tax filing deadline having come and gone, what do you need to know before September 1st, when all tax balances are due?

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Morale and Engagement – what’s the big idea?

Morale and Engagement – what’s the big idea?
June 18, 2020
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Employee morale and employee engagement are both crucial to a successful business – but it’s essential to know the difference. When it comes to deciphering the two, morale can be considered a short-term factor, whereas engagement has a more long-term impact.

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The Importance of People Investment During Uncertain Times

The Importance of People Investment During Uncertain Times
June 18, 2020
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The way many of us work has changed drastically over the last couple of months. Where we work and how we work is much different than what we expected. As a business owner and team leader, it’s important to do what you can to encourage working as close to normal as possible, and that includes maintaining your people investment strategies. Recognition and training programs are as important as ever, allowing your team to feel connected, valued, and involved in your organization. Financially speaking, not all organizations are in a position to spend like they used to, but investing in your team goes beyond dollars and cents.

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Staying Connected While Working Remotely

Staying Connected While Working Remotely
June 18, 2020
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During this time of working remotely, it’s more important than ever to stay connected to your team in order to continue to be engaged and to stay motivated. Regardless of whether you’re an introvert or extrovert, maintaining these connections is vital. The simple act of tapping someone on the shoulder in the cubicle next to you is no longer an option, so how can we keep those connections strong?

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Employers Guide to COVID-19

Employers Guide to COVID-19

Like all of you, we’ve been monitoring the evolving global impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). As employers, our number one priority has always been and remains the health and safety of our people.  We would like to share best practices on how you, as an employer, can uphold that commitment.  We hope that this plan adds to the health and well being of you and your employees during this time.

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Buying and Selling a Construction Company

Buying and Selling a Construction Company
May 20, 2020

The construction industry is starting to see an increase in ownership changes as owners decide to retire and pass on their legacy to the next generation, a key employee or a third party. The sale of a business sets up the seller’s retirement plans while the purchaser can move from a skilled construction worker to an owner building his/her own legacy. As such, understanding the benefits and drawbacks of different purchase and sale options is vital.The actual structure of the company being purchased will vary the overall results, therefore obtaining advice from your trusted advisors early in the process will be important.

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Leveraging Technology in Construction

Leveraging Technology in Construction
May 20, 2020

Considering cash flow restrictions and the many factors that can impact the bottom line of a construction project, it is understandable that the construction industry is often slow to accept new technologies. However, being too resistant to the rapidly changing technological landscape can quickly hurt your company’s ability to compete and retain skilled labour.

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