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

Paying your employees for New Brunswick Day

August 7, 2017 is a statutory holiday in the province of New Brunswick.

Ask the health and safety inspector: Tips for small business owners

Every business has health and safety requirements to meet, regardless of size and industry. As an employer, it is important to be aware of your responsibilities. Atlantic Canada’s CFIB Business Counsellors talked to Health and Safety Officers to get information on inspections and what to expect.

Creating a workplace free from violence

One of the requirements of Occupational Health and Safety is conducting a workplace violence risk assessment. But what constitutes workplace violence, and how can you best protect your employees? We offer guidance on how to conduct an assessment and how to use the information to create a workplace free from violence.

Sell your goods and services to the government of New Brunswick through NBON

The government of New Brunswick purchases on average over $500 million in goods and services every year. Position your business to maximize access to these opportunities by registering on the New Brunswick Opportunities Network (NBON).

Five ways WorksafeNB’s Issues Resolution Office could help your business

The Issues Resolution Office at WorksafeNB is open and ready to help businesses with their workers compensation claim-related decisions and service-related complaints.
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