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Saskatchewan – Labour Policy

What you need to know about Sask’s minimum wage

November 29, 2017
We are concerned that groups like the Saskatchewan Federation of Labour (SFL) continue to call for a rapid increase to the province’s minimum wage to $15 per hour — which would be a 37% increase.

Opposing additional employment leaves in Saskatchewan

August 15, 2017
A recent CFIB survey found 89 per cent of small businesses already offer their employees flexibility to accommodate personal issues. That’s why we are opposing calls to change legislation to provide additional employment leaves for victims of interpersonal violence.

Pushing for the elimination of permit required to swap a statutory holiday

August 15, 2017
Did you know the Sask Government requires employers to apply for a special permit if an employee wants to observe a public holiday on a different day? We’re pushing to get rid of this dumb rule.

Urging Saskatchewan Government to freeze minimum wage in 2017

May 30, 2017
A CFIB survey found 85% of Saskatchewan business owners believe governments should not increase the minimum wage during economic downturns. That’s why CFIB is urging the government to freeze minimum wage in 2017.
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