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Archive for May 2012

Managing Privacy with Third Parties

By: Constantine Karbaliotis Many companies utilize third parties in the handling and processing of personal information. This can range from marketing campaigns, to handling mail and fulfilment, to outsourcing of data processing. And most companies address the issue of personal information as a sub-set of that catch-all term, ‘confidential information.’ But is the standard approach…

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Revolving Door Syndrome – Its Staggering Costs

By Vikki Ali, Barrett Rose & Lee, Inc. The employee turnover costs are pervasive and are often staggering. The phenomenon coined the Revolving Door Syndrome is an inevitable part of business and can ultimately seriously impact a company’s bottom line. The problems associated are common among organizations and has reluctantly become accepted as a necessary…

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Diversity as a Competitive Advantage

Ride the subway, walk down a busy downtown street, or attend a lecture at a local university. If you take a moment to look around, you will notice the rich cultural diversity of our cities. If you’re middle-aged and grew up in Canada, you may also realize that the face of our cities has changed…

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