Business Support

 

EXCLUSIVE MEMBER SUPPORT: 1-888-234-2232

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

New Yukon minimum wage in effect as of April 1st, 2016

Effective April 1st, 2016, the minimum hourly wage will increase from $10.86 to $11.07. Regardless of their age, all employees must be paid at least the minimum wage.
 

Are you hiring your first employee in Yukon? Congratulations! Now what?

If you are a budding entrepreneur ready to hire your first employee, take a look at our checklist of steps and issues to cover as you make this exciting transition.
 

Access financial incentives when hiring apprentices in Yukon

Hiring apprentices is good business. The government offers financial incentives to companies that hire apprentices and to the apprentices themselves. Check out the opportunities.

Mandate – CFIB's member publication

Mandate is CFIB's member publication where small business newsletters, surveys and results are available.
 

Is your small business eligible for reduced EI premiums?

Employers with short-term disability plans can apply to pay EI premiums at a lower rate than the standard 1.4 times the employees’ EI premiums. Learn more about the EI Premium Reduction Program and the opportunity to save money for your company and employees.
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