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Deaf & Hear Alberta: An Open Letter to Alberta Businesses

I don’t need to tell you that communication plays a crucial role in every facet of business. Without communication, people could not share innovative ideas or relay information that could save lives. We rely on communication to book appointments, order products, develop strategies and recruit talent. Communication is essential for survival!

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Can your culture be your COVID success story?

“What’s your covid success story?” I was taken aback by the question as I hadn’t really considered it. My instant response was, “helping people find themselves as we emerge; helping businesses step away from the starting line that the vaccination gave us and rebuilding corporate culture with forward thinking businesses.” It sounds like I had an answer planned, but this is really how I feel.

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Our way towards sustainable packaging

Over the past few years, packaging has become ubiquitous in all aspects of daily life and an indispensable element in the food and beverage industry.

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Is it time to reconsider what a successful educational pathway looks like?

Stats Canada indicates that we have seen an average unemployment rate of ~10.5% between March 2020 and November of 2021. As we look ahead to the arduous process of post-pandemic economic recovery, employees need to know what will help them flourish in a transforming job market.

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Launch a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Strategy that Includes Deaf and Hard of Hearing Employees

We have all heard the buzz words – diversity, equity, inclusion. Organizations are moving toward building environments that honour the range of values, cultures, abilities, and disabilities within the workforce. Diversity celebrates the differences between people.

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Insurability: The Long Term Impacts of a Cyber Attack

If your business has been a victim of a cyber attack, you are well aware that the immediate priorities are to resume operations as quickly as possible and protect your information, requiring engaging with emergency cyber security consultants or paying a ransom. Your next step will be to invest in cyber security or increase your current safeguards.

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Liability Exposures in a Challenging Economy

An economic downturn can be a turbulent time for businesses in every sector worldwide. Sinking revenues and economic uncertainty can exacerbate our already litigious society, and even companies that successfully weather economic downturns relatively unscathed can still face long-term uninsured risks. For this reason, Lloyd Sadd Insurance Brokers Ltd has compiled these tips to effectively manage your company’s exposures as it adapts to the current business climate and moves into the next economic cycle.

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Do You Have Reasonable Suspicion?

Canadians are facing increased stresses, pressures and health issues and may be turning to alcohol and drugs as a coping mechanism. A recent poll completed by the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction indicates that COVID-19 stress has amplified mental health and substance use concerns.

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