Archive by month: 2023-2Return
Employers that employ 25 or more employees on January 1 of any year are required to have a written policy on the electronic monitoring of employees in place by March 1 of that year. These requirements were added to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) on April 11, 2022. The policy must state whether the employer electronically monitors employees. If the employer does, the policy must include:
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At the risk of sounding like an infomercial, if you make just one change to your business this year, you’ll open a new door to an even greater level of success. It’s a very simple concept. Help your customers get what they need. All marketers will tell you to reframe your sales approach from features to benefits, but that’s not enough. That’s only the beginning because you’re still seeing your business through your eyes. You need to think larger. Your customer wants what you offer (hopef...
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As part of the 2021 Federal Budget, the Government of Canada announced plans to add an annual tax of 1% on the value of residential real estate owned by any non-resident, non-Canadian that is considered vacant or underused. The rules for UHT were enacted June 9, 2022 for residential properties owned at December 31st each year starting December 31st, 2022.
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As we have seen with recent rising costs like skyrocketing property and rent, increasing fuel charges, and groceries, the dollar just isn’t covering what it used to. For this reason, it is becoming increasingly harder not only for business owners to make a sizeable profit, but for their employees to make what they need to cover running their households. 54% of Canadians say they live paycheck to paycheck and with inflation outpacing salary increases by more than double, financial stressors are ...
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Plus, check out the new digital Love Local Gift Guide This holiday season, we are supporting shop local, but local businesses have a challenge as they take on national competitors. That’s why it takes a creative approach to capture more of the holiday dollars.
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Times of economic uncertainty don’t cause anyone to look for new ways to spend money. But there are some investments in your business that even when you’re worried about cash flow, are worth the return. A Chamber membership is one of those necessary business investments and here’s why:
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Chamber Teamwork

Membership Advantages for Your Business

Becoming a member offers you and your business many valuable benefits to your business.

Connect - opportunities for local businesses to connect for new mutually beneficial business opportunities.

Learn - educational and informative sessions pulled together by your Centre Wellington Chamber of Commerce.

Benefit - access to some fantastic affinity programs, engaging committees and business advocacy working for your business community.

Celebrate Successes - we celebrate local business successes and highlight the local business community.