OTUS Eye Catchers – The Good, the Bad, and the Risky

The Good

Statistics suggest that up to a third of fatalities from auto accidents involve speeding.  Adoption of technology may help to reduce this.

GPS-linked speed limiters could become mandatory in every new car sold in Europe

The Bad

It has been suggested for some time that Canada will be facing a critical labour shortage.  A report in the Ottawa Citizen suggests that we may be reaching a critical point.

Unprecedented Lack of Drivers Forces Temporary Loss of Ottawa School Bus Routes

The Risky

The latest update on the Phoenix Payroll System debacle could fit in the bad and risky news categories.  To little surprise, the reality that federal public servants can’t be confident that they will be paid correctly and on time is presenting a risk that employees may leave and that top candidates cannot be attracted to the public service, all at time when we are facing a labour shortage.

Clearing Phoenix Backlog Could Take Up to Five Years

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Francis Liska
CEO OTUS Group | OTUS Group
Francis is a Chartered Professional Accountant, Certified General Accountant, Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified Internal Control Auditor and a Certified Management Consultant. He holds a degree in Business Administration from Cape Breton University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Information Technology. He has also completed graduate studies in decision analysis at Carleton University.

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