Business relies on the development of a strong team in order to operate effectively. Human resources encompasses the recruiting, training, and motivation of employees.
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Service Canada administers a number of essential employment programs and resources for employers.
Job Market Trends and News
This Job Market Trend tracker offers information on significant events that may affect the supply and demand in the labor force across Canada. It can be a useful resource to plan for fluctuations in labor availability.
Social Insurance Numbers – Information for Employers
The Social Insurance Number (SIN) is used to administer many government benefit programs. Employers play a leading role in protecting their employees’ personal information and preventing fraudulent activities.
Finding, Hiring, and Managing Employees
This guide from the Business Link is designed to help employers understand the hiring process through different government programs, services, and regulations.
As an employer, you are responsible for deducting Canada Pension Plan contributions, Employment Insurance premiums and income tax from remuneration. The Canadian Revenue Agency has the information needed to make these deductions.
Employment and Labour Relations
Both the federal and provincial governments have jurisdiction over employment and labor relations in Canada. The Government of Alberta has compiled resources to explain the provincial regulations.
Alberta Employment Standards
Employment Standards are minimum standards of employment for employers and employees in the workplace. This Government of Alberta resource contains standards and legislation information.
Employment Standards Tool Kit
The Employment Standards Tool Kit for Employers has been developed to help employers understand their rights and obligations under Employment Standards legislation. This kit details important sections of the Employment Standards Code and Regulations.
Alberta Learning Information Service – Career Planning, Education, Jobs
Alberta Learning Information Service provides information for career planning, post-secondary education and training, educational funding, job search, labour market trends, and workplace issues.
Job Bank is the Government of Canada’s leading source for jobs and labour market information. Employers can also advertise jobs for free.Visit Website