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Bed bugs can be a travellers worst nightmare. These pesky bugs can attach themselves to luggage, briefcases and handbags. But, with preventative measures, you can protect your home when you travel to work or go on holiday. Use these tips to avoid bringing home any unexpected guests. What are Bed Bu.... More »
Booking a cruise comes with a few crucial decisions. How long you want to be at sea, which ports you’d like to visit, whether you’d like an adventure-filled experience or you simply want to relax in the sun; these are a few of the choices you’ll make as you design your trip. While.... More »
If you’ve been convicted of impaired driving in Canada or were caught driving with a blood alcohol level greater than .08, you are probably wondering what to expect from your auto insurance company. You likely have a Canada-wide restriction on driving and face a steep fine or jail time. You m.... More »
If you’ve ever had to debate the pro’s and con’s of a new job offer, or renegotiate a contract, you know it’s not always easy to evaluate the worth of a potential compensation package. Benefits and bonuses add a lot of complexity to the process; it doesn’t always come down to salary dollars and cents.
Benefits can quickly add up to make the compensation package more competitive, and it’s important to truly understand their worth. Five of the most common employee benefits include: health and dental insurance, group life insurance, training expenses, vehicle allowances, and gifts and awards. All of these perks could make up more than 20 percent of your total compensation package. Here’s how to evaluate them fairly, and know if you’re really getting a good deal.
Time is money, so think about its true value
There is nothing more valuable than your time, but paid days off are something we often don’t consider as compensation. It’s harder to place value on them than a straight up salary number, but a higher take-home pay isn’t always more important in the long run…