Talk to a Workers’ Compensation Expert

Book a 30 minute special edition one-on-one appointment with an Employers’ Advisers representative to discuss workers’ compensation and the issues surrounding it.

5 Tips for Staying Productive in Summer

If you find your productivity taking a nosedive at this time of year, you are not alone. In fact, the so-called “summer productivity slump” is believed to affect a surprisingly large amount of people. And it’s easy to see why. If you’re staring out the window at a warm […]

How to Build a Collaborative Workplace

When you envision your small business five years from now, what do you see? Whether your business has two or 50 employees, your vision more than likely includes growth. A proven pathway to sustainable business growth is through effective collaboration – people working well together – for mutual success. Collaborative […]

10 Tips for Disaster Proofing Your Business

Depending on where your business is located in British Columbia, you face a number of potential threats. If the worst were to happen, is your business prepared to survive? That’s why we’ve put together these 10 tips for disaster proofing your business. While none of us like to ponder […]

How To Keep Your Employees Road Safe This Winter

British Columbia’s winter driving season is upon us, and for those who drive to work, it represents the most dangerous time of the year on the roads. No matter where you’re based in the province, winter brings with it challenging road conditions, ranging from snow and ice, to rain and […]

‘Tis The Season to Avoid Holiday Party Issues

Temperatures are dropping, decorations are going up, and lists for Santa are excitedly being prepared. It can mean only one thing – the Holiday Season is almost upon us. This annual celebration brings a chance to catch up with family, enjoy some classic festive songs, and exchange gifts with […]

Is Your Business Disaster Proof?

As we approach the end of a summer that’s seen much of British Columbia affected by wildfires, small business owners have been forced to confront whether their business is disaster proof. It’s only natural to shy away from confronting the worst-case scenario, but as a small business owner you’ve likely […]

Avoiding the Pitfalls of a Family Business

Approximately 80% of all businesses in Canada are family owned. Ranging in size from behemoths like Bombardier and McCain Foods Limited, to small mom and pop corner stores, these companies form the backbone of the Canadian economy and face the same challenges as any other. However, more personal relationships exist within a family business and create many different considerations, especially when things go awry.