You'd probably be fair in thinking that a deaf, gay Aboriginal man can have a hard time getting a break, but Darryl Wesley seems like the type of person who doesn't let obstacles get in his way. Nonetheless, when he was terminated from a landscaping job in North Bay, Ontario...
The Employees’ Voting Rights Act (the “EVRA”) significantly changes the way in which unions gain and lose bargaining rights in the federal sector in Canada. Federal labour relations law applies to a variety of sectors including the federal public sector, banking, inter-provincial and international transportation, broadcasting, telecommunications and aeronautics. The EVRA will become effective on June 16, 2015.
The malevolently-inclined are getting more ambitious (a 2014 study by the Ponemon Institute that evaluated security-breach costs in the retail sector suggests that average size of a breach is about 30,000 records) and more damaging (average loss is now about $105 per stolen record). The same study estimated that the average cost of a cyber-crime for the retailer is about $3.15-million. These are average numbers only: recent large-scale retail breaches have involved records in the millions, with costs similarly increased. Although the article was written before the holidays, the tips provided are still very useful to manage the risk of security breaches.
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