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

Alberta's minimum wage new rate as of 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.

When the temperatures climb, keep your employees cool!

Depending on the type of work, in the summer a combination of high temperatures, high humidity and physical work can put workers in danger of experiencing heat stress. If looking for information on identifying and preventing heat-induced illness in your workplace, we have the information you need!

2017 WCB Rate Statements

Your annual premium rate statement will no longer be mailed to you.

Be prepared! Provincial OHS inspectors may soon be inspecting your workplace

Provincial OHS officers will be inspecting hotels, arenas, department stores, restaurants, catering companies and couriers across the province until November 30/16. Officers will be looking to ensure that OHS legislation is being followed, including rules around hazard assessment documents, first-aid training, working alone and workplace violence. Officers will also be looking for potential violations of employment standards.

Were you aware the driver's licence renewal notifications have gone digital?

Were you aware that effective April 1, 2016, the Government of Alberta no longer is mailing out reminders for driver’s licences and vehicle registration.
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