Article Courtesy of: Canadian Chamber of Commerce
In today’s global world, systems are more interconnected than ever. It stands to reason then, if a pandemic strikes in one part of the world, the opportunities for it to spread are that much greater.
Pandemic Preparedness for Business
Should COVID-19 escalate in Canada, some of the things businesses need to plan for include:
I have a friend who used to say “never have more personal things in your office than you can tuck under your arm.” He believed in a fast getaway and joked about never wanting to have to pack up a box and be escorted out of the building. That friend went on to open his own business and I wonder if he kept to his rule being able to tuck all of his worldly office possessions under one arm.
If you’re like me, you break the one-armed rule with abandon and while you may have piles of papers all over your desk, you know what each pile is.
However, recently there’s been a trend toward minimization and several studies have suggested that minimizing clutter in the workspace also helps minimize stress. So if you’re feeling anxious at work and are ready to take on a project, we have some suggestions. Let’s get to that office, storage room, or work area, with a few tips from the experts.
New Research Identifies Opportunities to Support Small Business Success
Released February 26, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce’s (OCC) fourth annual Ontario Economic Report (OER) reveals opportunities where both business and government can focus to create an environment more conducive to small business success.
Over the next 18 months, Canadian businesses can expect to see changes in Canada’s privacy laws. In particular, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada will likely be granted more enforcement powers. The government sees compliance enforcement as incentive to business to build trust in the digital economy, but there are more compelling business reasons to consider a robust approach to privacy.
…there are more compelling business reasons to consider a robust approach to privacy.
We hosted our Annual General Meeting on February 19th, at The Village Inn in Lakefield. If you missed it, keep reading for a recap of the event and to see some photos!
At the meeting we:
Discussed our 2019 highlights.
Distributed 2018-19 Annual Report.
Discussed auditor’s financial report.
Presented the slate of directors for the coming year (see below for full slate) – welcome to new Board Directors Lauren Black, Clo Design Studio, Michael Corner, Assante Wealth Management, Michael Davidson, Tony Davidson – TD Wealth Private Investment Advice & Chris Whelan, Whelan’s Flooring Centre.
Enjoyed networking and refreshments.
Presented donations & announced sponsorship’s.
Door prize draw.