Members can get advice, counseling and support in dealing with governments and small business issues from CFIB's Business Counsellors, at no charge.

Are you considering reducing your workforce in response to economic downturn?

It’s hard to separate your responsibility for your business from the responsibility you feel for your employees

Alberta's minimum wage is going up on October 1, 2017

Alberta's general minimum wage increases by $1.40 per hour to $13.60. Weekly and monthly minimum wages used by certain professions will rise to $542/week for salespersons and $2,582/month for domestic employees respectively, at the same time.

Is your employee suffering from mental illness?

Your employee’s well-being is important to the success of your business. With 40% of short and long-term disability claims relating to mental-health, it’s important as an employer to be able to recognize the signs.

Sickness, lateness and absenteeism – oh my!

It’s easy to manage employees who show up on time and work hard. But dealing with those who are chronically late, or who frequently call in sick, can be trickier. Let us help you walk through the minefield of attendance issues.

Human Rights compliance: the three templates every small business needs

Under the Human Rights Acts and charters your business has a responsibility to prevent discrimination, harassment and retaliation towards employees and customers. We have the tools needed to make your business a harmonious and equitable place to work.
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