Archive for October 18, 2013

Are You Concerned with the Cost of Your Small Business Health Benefits?

Written by Business magazine. Posted in Health saving account, Small business health insurance plan, Tax tips canada

Health care spending account

Under Canadian law, all citizens are entitled to government run insurance programs, often referred to as public insurance plans, that help Canadians pay for their medical bills. However, as will be seen, governmental insurance plans are often not enough for Canada’s citizens, especially if they are on the lower end of the earning spectrum.

How Provincial Healthcare Works

In almost the entirety of Canada, healthcare costs are paid for by income taxes. These taxes cover everyone. Of course, this leads to the poorest receiving healthcare but also reduces the amount of coverage granted to others. Consider, pharmaceutical costs for the elderly and impoverished are subsidized by these public tax funds.

Subsequently, you have a public healthcare system that requires 30% of Canad

What Private Equity Means for the World

Written by Business magazine. Posted in Jobs for mba in finance, Jobs in finance and accounts, Jobs in the finance industry

Finance recruitment agencies

Banking careers are much sought after, but jobs and finance can be difficult to come by. Jobs in banking are often quite difficult to figure out for a lot of people who do not have a quantitative background. That being said, people who have careers in private equity and people who want to build on these careers ought to look for jobs in the banking industry and find the kind of jobs that work best for them.

People who work in venture capital will often find that they have a particularly rewarding line of work, because they are helping small businesses grow and develop their products. Financial recruitment agencies can be essential for those who want to build their services the right way. That being said, somet

What Is It That Makes a Furniture Store Good and Reliable?

Written by Business magazine. Posted in Brand loyalty, Building customer relationships, Direct buy

Customer trust and loyalty

We have all been to those affordable furniture stores where the “customer service” is nothing but an apathetic, angst-ridden teen who could not care less about the job that they are assigned to do. Heck, it does not have to be just affordable furniture stores, you can find those types of employees everywhere. The problem today is that companies are failing to hold their employees accountable for their customer service.

But because of this, when we do experience exceptional, or even just good, customer service, it is an amazing experience. As that is the case, it behooves every company out there to provide their customers with that exceptional service. It is not hard to do, when compared to all of the bad servi