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What is a Production Employee?

Posted in HIRING EMPLOYEES

Find out whether your business could use production employees. These employees work in manufacturing businesses and usually assemble products.

How to Use Social Media as an Employee Recruitment Tool for Your Small Business

Recruit employees to your small business using social media platforms, such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.

How to Determine Employment Eligibility in Canada

Posted in HIRING EMPLOYEES

Review the steps for assessing whether employees are eligible to work in Canada, and learn what a nine means at the beginning of a Social Insurance Number.

Hiring Minors to Work for Your Small Business

Learn about some of the provincial and federal rules that relate to the hiring of minor employees in Canada.

Hiring Costs: What Expenses to Expect When Adding Employees

Read an overview of the costs associated with having employees. Consider obligatory costs as well as benefits, training, and more.

6 Common Mistakes When Hiring Foreign Employees

Read about the common pitfalls many business owners face when they hire their first foreign-born employee. Review information about work permits and more.

Step-by-step Guide to Managing Successful Employee Performance Reviews

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Improve the quality of your employee performance reviews through proper planning and goal-setting, and conclude meetings on a positive note.

Running Criminal Background Checks on Prospective Employees

Protect your company's workers and assets by using criminal background checks when hiring employees, but first understand the laws that govern the process.

Maximize Your Employee Retention and Save Big

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Discover three ways to find valued employees, keep them in your organization and save some considerable dollars along the way.

How to Hire Using Job Bank Canada

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The Job Bank online service allows Canadian employers to advertise their job openings for free. Follow these steps to create a job posting on the website.