I have a confession to make. There are times when I will binge watch HGTV. I will sit on my couch all day long and watch a marathon of the latest and greatest home reno shows. The artist in me likes to see how they reno or modify a space. At the same time, theContinue reading “Why I cringe when I watch TV”
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Who is the Employer: the Frachisor or the Franchisee?
In Canada right now, there are over 76,000 franchises from about 1200 companies. Approximately 45% of all retail sales are generated by a franchised business. (Source: http://www.frnachise101.net) A franchise, according to Franchise Direct Canada) is where a business owner (franchisor) grants to investors (franchisee) the right to operate a business in the manner and styleContinue reading “Who is the Employer: the Frachisor or the Franchisee?”
Why to Complete a Year-End Safety Review
The new year is about to arrive (or has arrived, depending on when you are reading this). It is often the time when we take a review of our lives to see how we want to improve, what we want to stop doing, what we should start doing. On a personal level, new year’s resolutionsContinue reading “Why to Complete a Year-End Safety Review”
How Small Busniesses can Meet Due DIligence
In 2018, an article was published by OSG, which was written by associates of LeClair and Associates PC. In it, the law firm provided an overview of a case where a small business successfully fought a due diligence charge following a workplace fatality. The article does not identify how small the business was but thatContinue reading “How Small Busniesses can Meet Due DIligence”