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Cybersecurity risk is persistent and growing. For the sake of your company finances, pay attention

When I wrote last year about the risks posed by cybersecurity threats such as malware or ransomware, it was with an expectation that the situation might improve as risk awareness rose. But that hasn’t been the case. Quite the contrary, in fact. The reality is that cybersecurity risk is as great a threat to your

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When I wrote last year about the risks posed by cybersecurity threats such as malware or ransomware, it was with an expectation that the situation might improve as risk awareness rose. But that hasn’t been the case. Quite the contrary, in fact. The reality is that cybersecurity risk is as great a threat to your

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Don’t be fooled: HR law compliance is a finance issue, too

Virtually every CEO would agree that employment law non-compliance, a failure to take workplace harassment seriously, and the general flouting of accepted human resources standards, is unacceptable. Building workplaces free of anti-social behaviour isn’t just an aspirational goal, it’s a basic legal requirement in every province in Canada. That’s especially so in Ontario, which has

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Virtually every CEO would agree that employment law non-compliance, a failure to take workplace harassment seriously, and the general flouting of accepted human resources standards, is unacceptable. Building workplaces free of anti-social behaviour isn’t just an aspirational goal, it’s a basic legal requirement in every province in Canada. That’s especially so in Ontario, which has

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Managing one of the overlooked aspects of growth: business change

So, you’ve founded a company, managed to survive the first few start-up years and now employ a staff of around 20 people. The good news: you’ve come further than the average entrepreneur, who, statistics show, will start and crash out of multiple businesses before eventually achieving success (assuming they do, indeed, manage the feat). But

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So, you’ve founded a company, managed to survive the first few start-up years and now employ a staff of around 20 people. The good news: you’ve come further than the average entrepreneur, who, statistics show, will start and crash out of multiple businesses before eventually achieving success (assuming they do, indeed, manage the feat). But

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