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.

Record keeping requirements in Saskatchewan: How long do you really need to keep them?

Business owners are required to keep documents for many different governing bodies such as the CRA, Employment Standards and WCB. As time passes, the volume of records can become overwhelming. CFIB’s checklist will help business owners like you know when it’s acceptable to destroy older records.

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.

Understanding Saskatchewan Employment Standards

In April, 2014, new Saskatchewan Employment Standards came into force. They set out the minimum terms and conditions of employment that must be met where it applies. Employers need to ensure they are meeting these minimum requirements, and CFIB can help.

Saskatchewan's minimum wage increases to $10.50 on October 1st

Effective October 1, 2015, Saskatchewan’s minimum wage will increase from $10.20 to $10.50 per hour.

Improve Health and Safety in Your Workplace Today

Employers and employees want healthy and safe workplaces. A healthy and safe workplace provides an atmosphere with less worry, reduces the risks of fines and penalties, and creates a more productive and happy work environment.
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