As the talks continue in the 30-day cool off period between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, businesses are still sweating about the possibility of a mail disruption. Continue reading
Did you know that Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers have been in contract negotiations since late 2015 to reach a new agreement? Already some of Canada Post’s biggest customers, including the federal government, are being told to make contingency plans ahead of a possible contract dispute with workers this summer. According to a CBC News Report on May 27, Jon Hamilton, a spokesman for Canada Post stated, “while the corporation is not trying to be alarmist, it has decided to inform some key clients about the possible service disruption.” Continue reading
Be positive: Your mental health and state of mind have a significant effect on your professional and personal life. It has been well documented that people with a positive attitude are more upbeat and peaceful. Even during tax time, you can choose to be positive amongst the chaos of the season.
We all hear talk about the good old days. What you could buy for a dollar back then is worth more than a Toonie now. Yes, prices have doubled (sometimes more than doubled!), but not Telpay fees. Let’s take a nostalgic look back to see the rising costs for individuals and businesses. Continue reading
There are many well-known benefits for businesses who accept credit card payments. Credit card payments are convenient, help improve cash flow and increase sales. However, there are also many not so well known disadvantages that a business is faced with when they offer credit card payments to their customers. These disadvantages include interchange, charge back, and monthly fees, to name a few. Continue reading