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The Vote is Unanimous — Agreement or Apathy?

When a board votes on a motion, I would not expect that they all agree every time.

Apathy or Agreement?

I used to think that when a board always agreed it was because some of the board members were intimidated or shy and they voted along with the majority to avoid conflict. Now I am wondering if the reason the board vote is unanimous is because some of the board…

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Debi Peverill

Debi Peverill

I am a Canadian Chartered Accountant who is very interested in helping people make money and keep it away from the government without breaking any rules.

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