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.

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.

Employee voting entitlements

The federal election will be held October 19, 2015. Every Canadian has the right to vote. As an employer in Saskatchewan you must give every worker the opportunity to do so.

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.

Microsoft discontinuing Windows Server 2003

On July 14, 2015, Microsoft will no longer provide service or upgrades to its popular Windows Server 2003. A large number of small businesses in Canada presently use this system. However, beginning July 14th of this year, it will no longer be a supported system by its maker and plans must be made to switch or upgrade to a new system.

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.
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