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How to apply for-profit business structures to a non-profit: A look into ethical executive pay

Nonprofits make news with executives that are paid exorbitant salaries in the ballpark of $3-4 million. It’s questionable whether they have earned these salaries. For that matter, is it even ethical for… 1,115 more words

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Once a Personal Assistant......?

My Career is Over!

One of the recurring fears that I hear from many of the delegates that attend my Executive PA training courses, in addition to the common “nobody recognises the importance of the Executive PA/ Executive Assistant role”, is the engrained belief that career wise being an Executive Personal Assistant / Executive Assistant is the end of the road. 708 more words

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5 things you should know before you start your workday

Good morning.

Here’s an executive summary of some of the most newsworthy, fascinating or amusing stories from today’s Financial Post.

1. 2014 was a worse year than we thought, Statistics Canada says… 626 more words

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Welcome to the ACEPA Blog.

The ACEPA Blog is my first venture into the world of blogging so bear with me as I learn the ropes. 151 more words

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PermaCharger Executive Team Continues Their Support Of Pancreatic Cancer Research Events In 2015

(EMAILWIRE.COM, January 28, 2015 ) Monroe, NJ — The executive team at PermaCharger is ready to jumpstart their fundraising efforts for the Carol Van Auken Golf Outing, which is scheduled for June 5, 2015 in New Jersey. 20 more words

Why don't Canadian firms invest in technology?

If you are a private business owner or executive and are wondering why your company isn’t doing well, especially when compared to U.S. competitors, it may be a result of your company’s insufficient investment in information and communications technology (ICT).  576 more words

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7 things you should know before you start your workday

Good morning.

Here’s an executive summary of some of the most newsworthy, fascinating or amusing stories from today’s Financial Post.

1. Tim Hortons workers exit offices clutching envelopes, belongings… 799 more words

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