Resources: Subsidies, accounting for greenhouse gas emissions, salaries
March 29, 2010
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
Canadian Business Publications has issued its revised edition of the Canadian Subsidy Directory. It contains m...
Canadian Business Publications has issued its revised edition of the Canadian Subsidy Directory. It contains more than 3,000 sources of direct and indirect financial help offered by government departments and agencies, foundations, associations and organizations. Tel. 1-866-322-3376
The Real Property Association of Canada (REALPac) has released a report, “Recommended Best Practices in Accounting for GHG Emissions in the Canadian Commercial Real Estate Sector.” The guide can be downloaded free from ww.realpac.ca, and is prepared by ICF International.
ZweigWhite’s 2010 survey of salaries in the U.S. architecture/engineering/planning/environmental consulting sector found that despite the economic challenges of the last few years, a large majority of the firms continue to budget for pay increases for their staff. The “2010 Policies, Procedures, and Benefits Survey of Architecture, Engineering, Planning & Environmental Consulting Firms,” analyzes industry norms, covering everything from vacation to professional development policies to compensation and group insurance benefits. www.zweigwhite.com