As of February 1, 2017, British Columbia has instituted new franchise laws via the Franchises Act, bringing the province into alignment with five other provinces that already have similar acts
Rob has always known that he wanted to be a lawyer. Well, at least since he was in the tenth grade. The idea of being his own employer was an attractive aspect of the job. Now, with 30 years in the profession he enjoys meeting and working with people on a daily basis and the challenging work he gets to do. However, Rob’s favourite part of the job is the client interaction.
We all read the many comments that friends, coworkers, and even strangers post on social media – the question is what shouldn’t you post. Even though some individuals think they are untraceable behind a screen, the law still applies online.
There are definite advantages to buying your own business: pre-existing relationships, established clientele and an assured revenue stream are just three reasons why many pursue this opportunity.
In an age where technology is ever-present in our daily lives, many of us use computers as part of our jobs. Most employers will allow their employees some flexibility when it comes to personal use of work computers. Because of this, the question arises as to where the line is drawn when it comes to personal privacy.