Only TWO more days to go folks!!! This is our last push to achieve our final goal of raising $2,000 for Men’s Health. We are a few hundred dollars off from our final goal, if you haven’t already shown your support, please consider helping out the cause! You can help us by making a donation of any size online.
Our last Movember blog post received the most reads this month! It's probably due to the attractive lush-staches we showcased. Wondering how our team's mo-s are doing? Check some of them out! (who's in the lead?!)
I know many of you are urging us to keep our Mo’s beyond November, so I recently came across this from our Movember support group to help us keep our ‘staches neatly trimmed and smelling fresh!
The Art of Shaving
Still looking for some great pointers to refine that mini-Mo and grow it into a maxi-Mo? Here are some helpful grooming tips:
1. Keep the hair on your upper lip trimmed and shave off scruff on the rest of your face. Use a pair of sharp tipped scissors and The Art of Shaving’s limited edition moustache comb to trim your Mo to the appropriate length and shape.
2. From the start of growing, align the edges of your moustache so it looks defined as it continues to grow in. This will transform the look of normal facial hair growth into the early appearance of a killer Mo.
3. Keep your moustache clean. Avoid washing it with regular soap, as it will leave your facial hair hard and bristly – shampoo it instead.
4. Moisturize the skin above your lip; it will be dry without the daily exfoliation from your shaving brush and razor.
5. Comb your new facial hair with the grain to soften and train the hair. Try an after-shave gel as it has a slight hold to keep facial hair in place.
Follow these simple steps, and your upper lip will be flowing and showing in no time.
No Mo, no mercy!
This blog series is dedicated to answering the question: Why should I consider Life & Health underwriting outsourcing?
A couple of months ago, I discussed the first driver behind companies considering underwriting outsourcing or undergoing an underwriting strategic review - >Upcoming change in the volume of business (increases or decreases), resulting in resource issues.
Today, I will dive into the second driver:
- Automated underwriting engine implementation projects – the underwriting capabilities of the past don’t match the future needs
The implementation of automated underwriting engines, also known as ‘automated underwriting systems’ or ‘expert underwriting systems’, by insurers and reinsurers has been taking place for several years but is still far from universally adopted. A report by the Society of Actuaries and Deloitte in 2009 put adoption by Life insurers at 29%.
The triggers behind these projects are typically one or more of:
- Reduce underwriting costs – by having fewer Underwriters on staff
- Improve underwriting consistency – by following pre-defined underwriting rules identical cases would have identical underwriting decisions
- Reduce the time to underwrite a case – especially for simple products where a series of ‘Yes/No’ questions can lead to a policy being underwritten and issued
- Reduce the amount of data required to underwrite – by using alternative sources of data, such as pharmaceutical or driving records, a case can be underwritten with the costs/inconvenience of having the proposed insured undertake a medical review
All good to know you say, but what does this have to do with outsourced underwriting? Good question.
Firstly, the implementation of an automated underwriting engine is not a simple nor quick process and typically will take from 6 to 24 months to complete from project initiation to implementation. During this time, the implementation project teams rely upon access to the senior underwriters in the department to specify the system, build the rules, test the system and finally train others on using the system. The issue? How do you make sure that your day-to-day production underwriting needs are not impacted?
Two alternative solutions exist, you can hire independent underwriting consultants to fill the production underwriting gap or you can engage a professional outsourced underwriting team to make sure that your clients are not impacted with poor time service.
Secondly, once you’ve gone through, or ideally as you’re going through the automated engine implementation you realize that the underwriting skills you need in the future will not be what you had before. With many underwriting cases being handled automatically what your underwriters are left with are cases which the rules couldn’t handle. These may be complex cases, high face amounts, older age products, all of which will still need to be underwritten by a ‘real’ underwriter. Therefore you're faced with two issues.
- How do I quickly train my Junior Underwriters to be able to handle the complex cases which are being kicked out by the system? Especially as the traditional training route of starting on simple cases has now disappeared into the automated underwriting engine?
- How do I access Senior Underwriters to handle the complex cases while my Juniors are being trained?
Here is another scenario where engaging a professional outsourced underwriting team may be the answer. The outsourced underwriting team will likely have the right skills and capacity to handle the type and volume of cases that you need to have underwritten as they are kicked out of the Underwriting engine. In our case, at LOGiQ3 we also have the ability to train your Junior Underwriters to create a long-term solution for your internal underwriting team.
Hopefully this has given you some insight into how outsourced underwriting can help as part of your automated underwriting engine implementation project. If you’ve any further questions or comments please feel free to get in touch me.
On a closing note, I invite you to take a closer look at our underwriter training program by clicking the large button below.
It's Movember and the time for change is now. Last year, the gents at LOGiQ3 started the Movember movement for the first time and raised a healthy amount towards men's health. We're proud to say we're bringing the sexy back (or are we?), and the gents will once again participate in this great cause.
As part of Generation Moustache, the gents have committed their faces to the cause and will be growing a moutache for the entire month of November. Of course to make this initiative a success, we'll need a little bit of help from you. Donate to our team and help us raise $2000+ this year.
Your donation will support world-class men’s health programs that combat prostate and testicular cancer and mental health challenges. These programs, directed by the Movember Foundation, are focused on awareness and education, living with and beyond cancer, staying mentally healthy, living with and beyond mental illness and research. Programs in these areas help to achieve our vision of an everlasting impact on the face of men’s health. To find out more, visit the programs section of Movember’s website.
Here are some light-hearted FAQ's to get you started if you haven't yet:
Q: Although some ladies can grow moustaches I am not one of them - Can I still get involved?
A: Well yes Mo-Sista you can! In addition to your generous donation, you can support by encouraging your male friends to participate! We are holding a special LOGiQ3 event on November 29th where our Mo-Sistas can participate!
Q: I just look plain silly with facial hair and people stop, point, and laugh at me – What do I do?
A: Tell them testicular cancer is nothing to laugh at – and having a little bit of fun while supporting a good cause is all around a good time!
Q: My wife doesn’t like it when I grow a ‘stache – what do I do?
A: She doesn’t like it when you come home at 2 a.m. or when you leave the seat up either – are you going to stop doing that too?
Q: Does a goatie count for Movember?
A: Yes – if you shave off the beard part of it.
We really hope you can join us this Movember either by donating to our team or by helping us spread the word. Better yet, join in on the fun by growing a stach and starting your own team!
Thanks for swinging by! We'll be doing a two week weigh in on the lovely mo's around the office, be sure to check back soon.
Until next time,
Swift | Silent | Hairy
Natalie on behalf of LOGiQ3's Mo-Bros
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It is amazing to watch my 4 year old nephew Tyler, learn. He learned to swipe a phone at the age of 2, he also learned very quickly how to navigate the remote control buttons and picking his favourite episode of CARS on the DVR just shortly after that. Now, he learns from his books and pens that read back to him, where he's been able to pronounce dinosaur names I've yet not been able to.
Technology has become so accessible in everyday life, it is hard to imagine NOT incorporating technology when it comes to education and on-going training development.
I used Tyler as an example to illustrate that technology is likely not going to decouple from a child's ongoing education development, but what about for adults in career training and development? In this short 5 part blog series, we will discuss some reasons why E-Learning works not only for the future of our children, but also for us, either as a corporate solution, or to keep us individually competitive in the workplace.
First off, what is E-Learning? E-Learning is the use of any electronic media or communication technology with regards to any kind of education. Online training solutions complement today's technological advances and also accomodates an individual's busy schedule. Often times due to budget contraints or priority obligations, training and development becomes a "nice to have" within an organization rather than a "must". E-Learning solutions are a cost-effective and time-saving alternative.
Over the course of the next couple of weeks, we will dive deeper into five reasion why E-Learning works (from the individual and corporate perspective), this includes: 1) Simplicity and Speed, 2) Immediate Results and Feedback, 3) Better Fit for Today's Business 4) Most Up to Date Content and 5) Delivering the Best Experience.
I hope you'll stay tuned as we uncover these topics for you!
Natalie Ho is Assistant Vice President at LOGiQ3
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Chris and I were fortunate to be able to attend TEDxToronto late last week. True to the TED brand, it presented many ideas worth spreading and true to the event's theme, all the speakers discussed the importance of the choices we make.
There were a few talks that I thoroughly enjoyed at TEDxToronto: The Choices We Make, though I really did enjoy all of them, some amazing choices people have made in their lifetime. Here is a quick round up of a few for you:
Darrell Bricker, CEO of Ipsos Global Public Affairs did a fantastic job on his talk about the "New Canada", how the demographics of Canada have changed and we as businesses and individuals need to find new ways to serve the new Canadian. Highlight of his talk for me? "Googling Asian Cusine + Milk yields NOTHING". You'll have to watch his talk in a few weeks to understand.
Joel MacCharles of WellPreserved.ca is a home cook and spends a few days in the year preserving jars of food. Why? Look up "Castoreum" a common ingredient for "natural flavors" and you'll probably understand why he decided to cook and preserve his own food. I've become inspired to learn more about how to preserve food.
Mark Bowden, President of TRUTHPLANE gave both a humorous yet compelling talk on first impressions and body language. Did you know we put people into four categories - Friend, Predator, someone we want to have sexual relations with, and someone we are indifferent of - from the first 7 seconds we lay eyes on them? He was obviously very successful at persuading me in putting him into my Friend zone as I'm sitting here writing about why you should check him out.
As you may know already, Chris and I are co-organizing TEDxKingStreetEast 2013: The Power of a Question. An independent TEDx event taking place on October 9. Prior to being engulfed by the whole TEDx experience, I have to say, I didn't know too much about TED. I just knew that I liked their videos, what it stood for, and the countless things I learn from watching their videos online - many of which became conversation starters (including some of the things I learned last week).
However, after weeks of planning, connecting with other TEDx community members, and the pleasure of attending two TEDx events in Toronto (TEDxToronto and TEDxKingStreetWest), we're now beginning to understand that TED is much more than interesting videos on a website. It's a giant gathering of like minds and a place to connect curious people, and it's that curiosity which stems interesting conversations and in turn bulids an incredible network.
I also realized that gaining the support of speakers, sponsors, and attendees isn't about a good sales pitch. Rather, I found that those who are naturally drawn to technology, entertainment, design, innovation, sharing ideas, and building new relationships naturally appreciates TED and see the value intrinsically.
For those of you who have not had the pleasure to be engulfed by a TED or a TEDx experience and find this post even a tiny bit intriguing, I dare you to get in touch with your local TEDx community and get involved. There are over a thousand TEDx events globally, there's bound to be one close to you and the experience, whether it is being a attendee/delegate, a speaker, an organizer, or a volunteer is extremely rewarding.
The world is changing, constantly. TED bring together groups that will help shape that change and I'm thrilled to be a part of it.
Thanks for reading!
Natalie (Connect with me anytime)
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In June the Freedom2BeGreen committee posted a blog regarding how to be green in the city. Well, we couldn’t just give the suggestion we had to try it out ourselves! We have created a small vegetable garden on our balcony which includes cherry tomatoes, full-sized tomatoes, chili peppers, and chives.
We have started off small with only a few vegetables that we encourage our staff members to enjoy with their lunches or take home to use in a recipe. So far only the cherry tomatoes are beginning to show themselves, and there is a bit of a story to go along with this.
Last year we grew cherry tomatoes only and this year we planned on growing them again. Just before I went to purchase the baby plants I noticed that something was growing out of the pot we used for the cherry tomatoes from the previous year. Odd I thought, because tomato plants do not re-seed themselves. I began to think maybe some weeds were growing in the pot, but on closer examination they were in fact little cherry tomato plants! How, you ask? Well, it turns out that if you do not collect all of your tomatoes from the vine and one or two drop into the soil and are left there, the tomato decomposes and the seeds are left in the soil and can grow new life the following season. So, a new tip for cultivating annual tomatoes is to simply let a few drop into the soil and leave them there for next year! Cost effective, and eliminates the planting process!
Many different recipes use our veggie garden ingredients in combination with others for a variety of fresh dishes.
Try our salsa recipe.
A delicious salsa recipe made with fresh tomatoes, chili peppers, and chives.
3 large ripe tomatoes, peeled and seeds removed, chopped
2 hot chili peppers finely chopped
2 tablespoons finely chopped chives
3 tablespoons finely chopped onion
2 small cloves garlic, minced
1 1/2 to 2 tablespoons lime juice
salt and pepper
Put chopped onion and garlic in a strainer; pour 2 cups boiling water over them then let drain thoroughly. Discard water. Cool.
Combine all ingredients. Refrigerate for 2 to 4 hours to blend flavors.
Makes about 2 cups of salsa.
More to come from Freedom2BeGreen as our garden grows... stay tuned! What are some of the green initiatives you are involved with? We'd love to hear from you!
Thanks for reading!
Lindsay Loft is an Underwriter at LOGiQ3.
Organizations often train their sales team to avoid a 'no' - from the tried and true sales methods to newer ideas about closing a customer, you're always looking for a "yes"!
A simple fact I like to share with sales people is that “no” is a good answer!
In fact it is the second best answer, after “yes”. Too often a sales person is so intent on getting a “yes” and avoiding a “no” that they look for, or are more satisfied with, a “let me think about it” or some other way that the customer just puts off saying “no” to either save themselves saying it or your sales person hearing it!
What a good sales person does of course is listen. Listen to hear if the customer really needs more information, or confirmation, or someone else’s approval, or time to analyze what you have presented. What a great salesperson listens for as well though is a “no”. These great sales people learn how to confirm that what the customer is saying is “no” and why.
Face to face sales is the most expensive form of marketing and/or order taking so getting to the “no,” if that is really the customer's answer, is what you need to do.
How? Well, how about instead of asking for a “yes", ask ”Will you say yes if I provide that answer/information to your satisfaction”. Use this or another similar approach that suits your style to make the customer understand that answering “no” if that is what they mean is OK. It will save time for both and we can all agree that is a good thing.
Seems so obvious, but I can tell you both customers and sales people get trapped by avoiding the “no” and unless you are consciously working to not allow this to happen it becomes a comfortable habit.
So what do you think, do you avoid the “no”? How do you close to a “no” if it’s not going to be a “yes”? How do you avoid wasting both parties' time when they have trouble saying “no”?
We’d like to hear from you, please leave me a comment below to start an engaging discussion.
Until next time,
Doug Paul is a Managing Consultant at LOGiQ3 working on the Insurance Distribution Advisor Screening, Monitoring, and Compliance initiative.
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This blog post is brought to you by one of our Culture Teams - Freedom2Green.
TAGLINE: Think Green. Live Green. Be Green.
ABSTRACT: The Green Ambassadors of LOGiQ3. To promote and encourage being green in the workplace, at home and in the community through reusing, reducing, and recycling initiatives. The ultimate goal is to create a sustainable and responsible environment, for ourselves and for others.
With the Civic holiday coming up, many people are busy planning for short trips out of town. LOGiQ3’s Freedom2Green team would like to throw in a suggestion to spice up your long weekend: Travel Green on your summer trip this year!
Travelling green could start with using eco-friendly transportation during your trip, such as public transportation and bikes. It could then continue to staying at environmentally friendly hotels and resorts. When you travel green, you are protecting the places you’re visiting for yourself, for the locals, and for future travelers as well. It could also mean saving money: Public transit or biking are often cheaper than taking a cab or renting a car. Most importantly, travelling green makes your trip a more rewarding travel experience for you and your companions.
If you haven’t decided on a destination for your weekend trip but you would like to travel green, Freedom2Green Team has a couple of summer trip ideas for you:
Waterfront Trail – Bike It!
As a part of the Great Lakes regeneration, the Waterfront Trail is a 780 km adventure that will let you and your companion discover the Lake Erie, Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River waterfront. There are family-friendly Waterfront trips available, which are all within a 2-hour drive within Toronto and will take less than 2 hours to finish. For avid riders, you could choose to join The Great Waterfront Trail Adventure, where you bike about 75 km a day for 1 week(!) along the Waterfront Trail with like-minded cyclists.
Weekend Getaway to Niagara – Train It!
Instead of driving to Niagara yourself, why not hop on the GO Train and let someone else do the driving? This GO Train Service to Niagara Falls runs during seasonal weekends, starting June 29 to September 2. Imagine being able to have a great chat with friends and family on the road without getting annoyed at traffic. It’s just $20 per person!
Windsor-Toronto-Montreal and Toronto-Niagara – Train AND Bike It!
Combining 2 methods of green transportation, the VIA Rail Bike Train lets passengers take their bikes on board as they choose from 3 different routes: Ontario East, Ontario Southwest and Toronto-Niagara. Instead of boxing your bikes before loading them on the train, the Bike Train has 56 bike racks on board in select baggage cars. Summer is the best time to grab your bike, hop on the Bike Train and discover recreational trails and road routes across the province!
Take up one of the suggestions above and let us know how your summer adventure went!
Thanks for reading!
Erine Ruiz is a Reinsurance Analyst at LOGiQ3 and a member of the Freedom2Green Team.
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When companies are looking to plan ahead, they come to us for the first time to seek advice on conducting an underwriting capabilities review. A question we are often faced with is - Why would I outsource my life and health underwriting, isn't that core to my business?
The typical drivers for these underwriting strategic reviews are:
- Upcoming change in the volume of business – either increases or decreases – resulting in resource issues
- Automated underwriting engine implementation projects – the underwriting capabilities of the past don’t match the future needs.
- Losing key underwriters – either through retirement or they’ve had an opportunity elsewhere
- Poor underwriting audit results – generating a concern over the quality of the underwriting decisions from senior management
- Distribution is dissatisfied with underwriting service – if your business partners are not happy with the service they could leave and take their new business with them
If you are faced with any or all of these challenges, the first step is to explore a strategic review of your underwriting capabilities followed by asking the question: Is underwriting outsourcing a possibility?
This series of blog posts is dedicated to working through the approach to the above scenarios keeping outsourcing as a possible solution.
Let's get started with the first:
- Upcoming change in the volume of business – either increases or decreases – resulting in resource issues
We all hear about the need to be flexible, nimble, adaptable, agile…call it whatever you like but ultimately you need to be able to change as your business changes.
Picture yourself in this scenario. You’re a five person underwriting department, and have been for the past 10 years, suddenly through a new distribution deal or some new product innovation, you’re looking at a 25, 50, 100% increase in the number of cases you’re going to be underwriting. What are you going to do, how can you plan for that change in volumes?
You could try a recruitment campaign to increase the size of your team but what do you need? Are you going to be looking for junior underwriters as the business is going to be simplified issue or do you need high net worth underwriters due to complex cases? Bottom line is – you don’t know! Until the business starts coming through the door you won't have a clue what the business is going to be, unless you’re clairvoyant but few of us have this gift. This is a problem.
What about this scenario? You’re a 50 person underwriting department and you’ve just lost a key distribution channel. Your volumes are going down significantly but by how much and when?
Will it be temporary or a permanent change? Will I need 45 people or will demand drop such that I only need 35. Again - same problem. You don’t know what the future holds but you have to plan your budget and make assumptions to build a plan.
What does having some or all of your underwriting outsourced do for you?
The key is, it gives you options.
In the first scenario, where your volumes are increasing you could simply engage an underwriting outsourcing company to take on the additional demand.
Let them do what they do best in figuring out what type of underwriter they need and how many. They have experience in bringing on new clients and implementing the right size and type of underwriting team to suit your needs. As your needs change, so may your underwriting capability.
In the second scenario, where your volumes are decreasing, this is when you can develop an outsourced relationship which complements your existing team and provides flexibility that you need for unknown future volumes.
In some cases you may be able to have part of your team move across to the your new partner company so you don’t lose their knowledge.
In both scenarios you’re taking a known fixed cost, your underwriting team, and either making it partially variable, where your teams works in parallel with the outsourced underwriting team, or totally variable, where you have an entire outsourced underwriting team.
Trust me when I say this is not a unique business strategy. The aircraft engine business went through an analogous change in approach when they switched from asking the question of their airline partners ‘How many engines do you need to buy?’ to the more pertinent question ‘How many hours of flight time do you want to buy?. The airline wanted a given amount of flight time obviously with assurances around safety and quality, but it didn’t mind how many engines this took. This moved all of the maintenance concerns and capacity planning back to the engine providers as the airlines knew how many hours it needed and guess what? If the number of hours went up or down, it changed the volume accordingly. The airlines eventually got the right number of flight hours.
As the person responsible for an underwriting department, ultimately you want quality underwritten cases and adherence to time service standards regardless of whether that’s 10 or 1,000 cases per day. That is what you care about.
We’ll cover the automated underwriting engine scenario next in this blog series.
If you’ve any comments or experiences you’d like to share please do so by commenting below.
Simon Bell is the COO of LOGiQ3. Connect with Simon now.
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I am so proud of my colleagues Tamica Charles and Erine Ruiz (coined as the "Freedom2Chase" team) for participating in the 2013 Scion Toronto City Chase that took place this past weekend. It is the world's largest urban adventure series and it was their first year participating in this fun yet chartiable event.
City Chase and Right to Play are dedicated in providing sport and play programs to children living in some of the world’s most disadvantaged communities. Programming in Canada includes the enhancement of education in priority schools and the Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth (PLAY) Program. Team Freedom2Chase aimed to raise $400 for this charitable cause and managed to reach beyond their goal at $490. Woo hoo!
Despite the rain and humidity in Toronto on Saturday, Tamica and Erine managed to pass the finishing line in 5 hours and 45 minutes - coming in as team #248 (of hundreds). Way to go ladies!
I asked for a recap of their adventure, here are some highlights and some photos to share.
First Stop: 1776 Danforth Avenue – School of Professional Makeup [Coxwell Station]
Clue: Come learn how Twisted Sister did it. Meet us at the year the Battle of Trios-Rivieres was fought on the Avenue that the BNL sing about The Old Apartment.
Task: Makeup artist will do one side of one teammate’s face, while the other teammate will mimic what the makeup artist has done. Erine – painter; Tamica – painted.
Second Stop: Monarch Park [Coxwell Station]
Clue: This park shares it’s name with the Danaus plexippus.
Task: Frisbee Golf - Throw a Frisbee at 8 trees, with team members alternating turns, and count how many Frisbee throws it takes to hit each tree. If total throws are over 35, team must start over again.
Third Stop: Kempton Howard Park [Pape Station]
Clue: This park was renamed in honour of a youth worker for the Boys and Girls Club that was killed in December 2003.
Task: One teammate must slide down a makeshift waterslide to grab 2 bags of puzzles. Other teammate will use the puzzle pieces to complete a picture. Both bags must be of the same pattern or the team will start over again. Erine – slider; Tamica – puzzler.
Fourth Stop: 455 Danforth Ave. – Telus [Chester Station]
Clue: Come to 5x7x13 on the Ave named for Asa Jr.
Task: Use a Blackberry Z10 to capture videos/pictures of 4 out of 6 tasks listed on the action sheet given.
- Take a video of yourself/teammate plunging into the fountain on Danforth Avenue
- Take a picture with Alexander the Great statue with a hat on him
- Ask a stranger to suck their thumb under the Sucker sign
- Go in front of Alex Farm and say “Cheese” with a mouse there
Fifth Stop: Topcuts along Danforth Ave. [Chester Station]
Clue: ‘picture clue’
Task: Teammates use an origami fortune teller to draw an action and have a teammate do it. We drew ‘shed a tear’. Erine shed the tear. Other options:
- Shave an eyebrow
- Spraypaint hair in the red,blue, white, or red, green, white
Sixth Stop: Telus store at Grosvenor and Yonge St [College Station]
Clue: ‘map location- 9’
Task: Team members are connected via Face time on a Blackberry Z10. One member stays in the store showing picture clues on the phone to the other teammate, who has to go outside on the streets looking for one of those signs. Once he/she find the store, he must find the correct answer (Address/Store hours/Store Name etc.) and report back to the checkpoint person at the store. Erine – inside; Tamica – outside.
Seventh stop: Bay St and Grenville St. [College Station]
Clue: ‘map location-2’
Task: Teams will throw a dice to determine what creature one member has to hold while answering 1 trivia question about the creature that is being held. If the question is answered incorrectly, the other teammember must eat a live cricket. We rolled to hold a snake. Erine – snake; Tamica – cricket. Other creatures include: Tree frog, Alphine Salamander, Furry Spider, Boa Constrictor.
Team Freedom2Chase sadly didn't complete all 10 tasks around the city due to traffic near the Harbourfront. However, looks like the ladies had such a great time and they are already looking forward to signing up again for next year.
What a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon with your bestie at work - getting active, being a little competitive, and best of all, for a great cause.
At LOGiQ3 we support our employees in making a difference in the community, staying active and building lasting relationships with the team. Erine and Tamica are great examples of our unique culture! We are so proud of you two!
What are some activities you've been involved with that promote team building, a good cause, and a healthy lifestyle? We'd love to hear from you, please share with us!
Enjoy the summer days,
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