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Amazing terms | Bonus every six months in Rablab

Twice a year, 32 employees of the Internet marketing agency Rablab receive a bonus. Whether they achieve their goals or not, the amount is guaranteed to them. “It’s between $2,000 and $3,000, depending on the percentage of goals achieved,” says President Jean-Philippe Dauphines. It’s very rare in our industry, because agencies don’t make much profit. …

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According to IBM | Data leakage costs consumers dearly

(Montreal) Corporate data thefts, which have become “a regular occurrence” due to their frequency, have more consequences for the population than one would think, according to IBM. Posted at 5:16 PM Clara Descornings Canadian Press In fact, while data leaks can put customers’ personal information at risk, as happened to Desjardins in 2019, they also …

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Airport delays and cancellations | Parliamentary committee urgently meets in the House of Commons

(Ottawa) The House of Commons Transportation Committee will investigate long airport delays and carrier flight cancellations. Posted at 12:05 PM Updated at 4:40 PM. Nojoud Al-Malis Canadian Press Committee members held an emergency virtual meeting on Monday afternoon and voted unanimously to address delays and cancellations. The committee will in particular summon the Federal Minister …

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Lifestyle | An opportunity to regain control financially

Even if we actually double down on poor financial choices, we can still control. And sometimes life gives good opportunities to improve a lot. Just enter them. Posted at 6:00 AM Martin Littart special cooperation posture Nadine* did not have the opportunity to learn good habits of managing her personal finances when she was young. …

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Air Canada refuses to compensate passengers whose flights have been canceled

(Montreal) Passenger advocates accuse Air Canada of violating federal rules by refusing to pay compensation to passengers whose flights have been canceled due to staff shortages. Posted at 10:13 am Updated at 11:23 am Christopher Reynolds Canadian Press According to the Air Canada Passenger Rights Act, the airline must provide compensation up to $1,000 “in …

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simplify the economy | Why do we export our oil instead of consuming it?

Every Saturday, one of our journalists, accompanied by experts, answers one of your questions about the economy, finances, markets, etc. Posted at 7:00 am Delphine Belzel Journalism good morning. How does Canada export its oil and also import oil? Renee Mason Canada is recognized as one of the largest oil producers. In 2021, the country …

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