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At the same time, being realistic, we also know that challenge will also undoubtedly be part of our lives in the days ahead. However, the problem is that we often can't anticipate exactly what the challenges might be and therefore it is difficult to plan for such events, according to Winnipeg Free Press. While many people might wipe their brow and say thank goodness no one was seriously hurt physically, they often don't think about all of the other elements of the word hurt that will be experienced going forward. Guaranteed, there will definitely be a good deal of "hurt' going around for both employers and employees. In the face of a disaster such as the recent fire, it is natural for a business owner to call their insurance broker as the first step in dealing with it. However, according to Tracey Epp, a well-known labour lawyer with Pitblado, LLP, the need to deal with the resulting human resource issues is equally as urgent and many of us have spent the traditional Christmas and New Year holiday season celebrating the accomplishments of our 2011 goals and looking forward to the many successes anticipated for 2012. One of the more difficult challenges for any business is a disastrous fire, which is exactly what happened on Jan. 2 to a thriving Winnipeg business that produced fibreglass components for windows and doors. Not only was the manufacturing plant destroyed, but four firefighters suffered minor injuries when an explosion occurred inside the burning building. (www.immigrantscanada.com).
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