09 Jan 2019

SMEs are dealing with a shortage of qualified labour and, in such a context, should involve employees in the decision-making process to a greater extent.

Éric Dufour, Regional Vice-President and Entrepreneurial Succession Leader for the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean–Chibougamau–Côte-Nord regions, encourages the business community to take a page from our firm’s book. He wants to show SMEs in the region that they can offer a work environment tailored to today’s situation that is marked by the arrival of millennials on the labour market.

As he explains, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton offers flexible hours to make it easier to achieve a work-personal life balance and wants to support SMEs in their transition to a new governance.

Our firm is attentive to its employees: for example, it will be offering the 130 staff in the region a trip to New York at the end of January.

“This engagement activity has been organized to strengthen relationships and reward everyone for their work,” Dufour concludes.

To find out more, read the article on Informeaffaires.com (in French).

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21 Dec 2018

In the special insert on the accounting profession, Les Affaires addressed, among others, the impact of new technologies on the accounting profession.

New technologies help to considerably increase CPAs’ efficiency and change their role to that of advisor.

President and CEO, Emilio B. Imbriglio, welcomes the automation of certain routine tasks that serves to support more strategic decisions, such as the choice of new markets, business partners and acquisitions.

Imbriglio goes on to say that Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s willingness to innovate and openness to change are evidenced by its extensive investments in these new technologies to help its experts focus on more profitable tasks.

Read the article in the December 8, 2018 edition (in French, for subscribers only). The other articles in the insert are available here.

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14 Dec 2018

This year, two teams from the firm participated in Tremblant’s 24h, a relay challenge that took place on December 8 and 9, 2018.

The teams raised $18,745 which will be used by three foundations: the Fondation Charles-Bruneau, the Ottawa Senators Foundation and the Fondation 24h Tremblant.

The event exceeded its objective, raising a total of $4,067,291 in donations.

This was Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s second time taking part in the sports challenge. Thank you to all the clients, suppliers, business contacts, partners, colleagues, families and friends for their great generosity, and to the participants who made this such a success.



Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton team’s members : Alexandre Joly, Maxime Décarie, Marie-Hélène Lafortune, Christine Bizien, Simon Chabot, Marc-Antoine LeDenn, Jade Clément-Latour, Marie Hamelin, Emmanuelle Rossignol, Jonathan Besserer, Jonathan Fréchette, Guillaume Béchard, Mila Sofia Cifola.

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12 Dec 2018
Olivier Levesque
Manager | M. Fisc. | Tax

The Quebec government has tabled not a budget but an update. What does our tax advisor think?

Our expert Olivier Levesque, Senior Tax Consultant in the Roberval office commented the first economic update tabled by the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) government on Planète 104.5 FM radio.

According to Levesque, “The update is good news for Quebec’s economy, in particular, the forecast over $1.5B surplus by the end of the year. Also of note are measures for seniors and low-income families.”

To find our more, listen to the complete interview broadcast (in French) on December 4, 2018.

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Olivier Levesque is a tax expert at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton. Contact him today!

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