Canada Business Network Blog
Coaching employees means more time for your business
Is it time to hand over some of your responsibilities to your employees? Learn how coaching can result in more time for you to focus on growth.
A savings program with options for your employees
Find out about a savings program that lets your employees choose how they want to save.
Employment Contracts: should you include a clause about your company's IP?
Learn how an intellectual property clause can help you protect your ideas, inventions, and designs.
Service Canada will no longer produce plastic SIN cards
See why and when Service Canada, will stop producing plastic SIN cards and what this means for your business.
Underperformance: Re-assign, re-train, or let go
Dealing with underperformance can be challenging for any business owner. Find out how you can establish expectations from the start to get the most out of your employees.
Safety First — Is your business a safe place to work?
Preventing work-related illness and injury is important at any workplace. An effective workplace safety program can help you prevent or reduce hazards — here's how.
Recent Enhancements to ROE Web
Find out about ROE Web's new features and streamlined registration process.
Recruiting for unique or hard-to-fill positions
Learn how to find (and keep) the employees you need to fill unique positions in your organization.
Funding for workplace accessibility — Apply by January 20, 2014
Find out how your small business or social enterprise can receive funding to make your workplace accessible and create job opportunities for people with disabilities.
Making money make sense: Building the skills you need to manage your finances
Learn how building your essential skills can help you tackle financial business tasks with greater confidence and ease.