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Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your My Government Online Services account.
Saskatchewan businesses and non-profit organizations can apply for funding to assist in training new or existing workers for available jobs.
Employers can apply for funding to assist with the costs of education and training programs for employees with disabilities.
Find information on collective bargaining including assistance in bargaining, and conciliation and mediation services that the Government of Saskatchewan offers to employees, employers, and bargaining agents.
Find out your workplace rights and responsibilities as a Saskatchewan employer or worker, including labour legislation and regulations.
Find information on employer responsibilities, recruiting workers internationally, settling your worker and using an immigration representative.
Labour Market Agreements are funding agreements between Canada and Saskatchewan that help people get training, develop their skills and gain work experience, leading to good jobs and better opportunities.
Find labour market statistics, reports and labour forecasts, as well as results of the 2013 Saskatchewan Wage Survey.
Labour Market Services sites throughout the province provide career and employment services that match the skills of Saskatchewan workers with the skill needs of employers.
Saskatchewan residents can invest in small and medium-sized Saskatchewan businesses, and earn a tax credit.
The Saskatchewan Employment Act is a modern and innovative Act that restructures existing provisions, eliminates inconsistencies and more accurately reflects contemporary employment relationships.
Information for youth in the workplace as well as other health and safety issues to help young people transition to the workforce.
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