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.

WCB Employer Payroll Statement due February 28th

If you are registered with Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board (WCB), you must complete and return an Employer’s Payroll Statement (EPS) every year by February 28. This form will be sent out at the beginning of January each year. Businesses must return the EPS even if they have closed or sold their business, do not have workers, or do not want coverage so that WCB can keep accounts up to date based on individual businesses and needs.

Train your staff under WHMIS

All Canadian employers must develop, implement, and maintain a worker education program to enable workers to work safely with hazardous products and materials. We can help you learn more about WHMIS and make plans to complete your training.

Protect your employees when working in extreme cold temperatures

Many businesses have situations where employees are performing their duties in very cold conditions. Working in extreme cold temperatures can result in lower work efficiency, illness, injuries and higher accident rates. Learn how to identify and prevent many cold-induced problems at your small business.

Express Entry launched in January 2015

In January 2015, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) changed the way it manages applications to the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), the Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP), the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), and a portion of the Provincial Nominee Programs(PNP). Find out more here.

Looking for training incentives? Check out the Can-Sask Job Grant.

The Government of Saskatchewan has partnered with the Government of Canada to introduce the Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant to help employers train workers to meet their specific workforce needs.
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