March 2020 – What the new 75% wage subsidy means for B.C. businesses

What the new 75% wage subsidy means for B.C. businesses Written byTyler Orton for Business in Vancouver Ken Peacock couldn’t help but raise an eyebrow when the federal government unveiled a wage subsidy for small businesses earlier this month. “My main thought when they announced 10% only a week ago

March 2020 – 7 Tips for Successfully Managing Remote Teams

7 Tips for Successfully Managing Remote Teams These tips will help you and your team be productive regardless of where they work. Written by Jason Aten a Tech columnist at inc.com Right now, remote working--or, working from home--has become more than a trend. It's now a necessity for companies all across

COVID-19 Expansion of Existing Programs

COVID-19 Expansion of Existing Programs. Employment Law Considerations in B.C. Update on COVID-19 Written by Charlene Cleary Charlene Cleary is the principal and founding lawyer of Westshore Law in Victoria. Serving clients on Vancouver Island and the mainland, she enjoys helping other business owners work through existing issues and also

COVID-19 New Federal Programs

COVID-19 New Federal Programs. Employment Law Considerations in B.C. Update on COVID-19 Written by Charlene Cleary Charlene Cleary is the principal and founding lawyer of Westshore Law in Victoria. Serving clients on Vancouver Island and the mainland, she enjoys helping other business owners work through existing issues and also to

COVID-19 New Legislation

COVID-19 New Legislation. Employment Law Considerations in B.C. Update on COVID-19 Written by Charlene Cleary Charlene Cleary is the principal and founding lawyer of Westshore Law in Victoria. Serving clients on Vancouver Island and the mainland, she enjoys helping other business owners work through existing issues and also to help

COVID-19 What does it mean in the workplace?

COVID-19. These are difficult times. The changing landscape of COVID-19 will continue to riddle society with uncertainty. Business owners and employers are grappling with how to stay afloat, pay their employees and uphold their obligations to protect public health and safety. Written by Charlene Cleary Charlene Cleary is the principal

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