Employee or Contractor? The changing face of the labour landscape
In recent history, meeting planners generally hired contractors or casual labour to assist at their events. "That’s how we’ve always done it," quipped one meeting planner. "I don’t need them all the time, and my company doesn’t want to payroll, so we have the contractor invoice us and we submit it for payment." Sound familiar?
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Networking activities can add value to many corporate events, but how do you plan them? Do you keep it simple or make it complicated? And do they bring out the best in your attendees?
Six marketing tips to promote your next event
Let’s talk marketing. It seems today that there is a plethora of marketing materials, opinions and experts advising us on how to best market any product or service we have to offer. Why is that?
Events in the age of disruption
Montreal is booming. With its vibrant tech scene and bustling nightlife, Canada’s unofficial arts capital is teeming with culture and opportunity — and nobody feels that more than Robert Mercure, president and CEO of The Palais des congrès de Montreal.
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United Airlines announces new premium seating option
Air Canada welcomes new air services agreement between Canada and the U.K.
Study shows consumers want travel assistance from chatbots
WestJet signs long-term extension of Mastercard partnership agreement
Air Canada to acquire the Aeroplan loyalty program
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