Business Support



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

Making a home office work for you

Today people are able to plug into work all over the world from the comfort of their home offices, but as appealing as working in your pj’s from bed may sound, working from home isn’t always what it is cracked up to be. Let us help you make working from home the best experience possible.

Dealing with helicopter parents in the workplace (yes, it’s a thing)

Millennials are moving into the workplace – and they’re bringing their parents along with them! But what happens when a parent berates a business owner over disciplining their child or not “taking care of them”?

What not to wear: Avoiding dress code discrimination

Having a dress code makes sense for many businesses, but there can be pitfalls. CFIB Regional Team Leader of Business Resources, Jocelyn Rhindress, shares tips to help prevent a wardrobe malfunction in your business.

When social media isn’t so social: what to do when an employee talks foul

Social media can be a boon to a business – it’s a cheap and easy marketing tool. But what happens when negative comments start to appear – and they’re from an employee?

Can the Canada Revenue Agency do that? Understanding your rights as a business owner

Do you ever wonder if the Canada Revenue Agency has the right to say or do certain things when interacting with you or your business? In order to ensure everyone is treated fairly and understands how to be compliant, the CRA operates under a Taxpayer Bill of Rights.
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