5 Minutes for Business: Business As Usual
Article Courtesy of The Canadian Chamber of Commerce
‘Business as usual’ was a thing we used to hear people say. However, this edition of 5 Minutes for Business will help you to better understand just how unusual business has now become amid COVID-19, as well as what the new normal will look like.
Business as usual was a thing we used to hear people say.
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:
Sometimes Sustainability Is Just another Word for Common Sense
In this edition of 5 Minutes for Business, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce examines the simplicity of implementing sustainability within the workplace and the fiscal outcome of these actions. When a business reduces its environmental impact by making better choices about how it uses energy and materials, some call it sustainability, but the practice has an older name: common sense. (more…)
Budget: Long on Spending, Short on Growth
The 2018 Budget presents many interesting measures, but does not address the fundamental issues facing Canada’s economy, says the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. (more…)
In this edition of 5 Minutes for Business, Hendrik Brakel, Canadian Chamber of Commerce Senior Director of Economic, Financial and Tax Policy, shares the reasons behind Canada’s booming economy, whether the growth will continue and what we should be doing to drive up our country’s competitiveness. (more…)