“It can be difficult for small businesses to invest time and money in employee training and development. To help small businesses invest in their workforce, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce has created a HR Tool Kit of Training Resources with solutions for the skills shortage in Canada.”
“Our report presents the findings from the interaction of symposium participants that included owners and managers of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and stakeholders from government, academia and the learning and training communities. The report includes their recommendations for encouraging increased skills development in SMEs, makes policy recommendations for all stakeholders and highlights best practices in alleviating skills pressures.”
“The relationships amongst Canada’s Aboriginal peoples and businesses, the federal, provincial, territorial, and municipal governments and non-Aboriginal peoples and businesses are longstanding and complex. All have much to gain—today and long into the future—from unleashing the full economic potential of First Nations lands and Aboriginal peoples. Canada’s businesses recognize the importance of productive partnerships with Aboriginal peoples to their—and the nation’s—success. This is not philanthropy; it is good business.