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.

Invest In Your Business. Invest In A Graduate

The province’s Graduate to Opportunity program helps small businesses hire recent university and college graduates by providing salary support for the first two years of employment.

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?

Are you on a demand meter? You could be eligible for savings on your power bill

We know the cost of electricity is a major concern for most Nova Scotia small businesses. CFIB has been working closely with Nova Scotia Power Inc. (NSPI) to develop creative solutions that will provide savings for hundreds of businesses struggling to manage their electricity costs.

Tap into the international talent of immigrants in Nova Scotia

ISANS Skills Match features pre-screened, internationally educated professionals who have the skills you need.
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