Despite ongoing economic uncertainty around the world, Manitoba has remained resilient, growing steadily, with an economy that’s one of the most diverse in Canada.
That progress comes from the people who live here: practical, but willing to act boldly when presented with opportunity.
The provincial government is helping Manitobans take advantage of even more opportunities because as Manitobans we know that we do better when we work together.
The Manitoba government’s investments in key infrastructure are helping create thousands of good jobs and ensuring made-in-Manitoba products and services can move quickly around our province and across our borders. The provincial government is also helping businesses expand their operations and train and grow their workforce.
Use the resources here to grow your business and help Manitoba build on our momentum.
Hire an apprentice
Did you know that hiring an apprentice is easy with a little help from the provincial government? Hiring an apprentice is also an affordable way to recruit skilled workers and grow your business.
Businesses that hire apprentices can even receive tax incentives from the provincial and federal governments. You can register your business online with AccessManitoba.
Learn more about apprenticeship finances and awards.
Expand your operations and hire new employees
Are you thinking about expanding your operations in Manitoba? Manitoba’s Jobs and Skills Development Centre can help your company attract and retain new employees and retool or expand your operations.
Learn more about starting an apprenticeship program.
Train your employees and increase your productivity
Training employees can help your business become more productive, competitive and profitable. Manitoba’s Jobs and Skills Development Centre can help your company understand your employees’ training needs and even help pay the costs of developing, paying for or delivering that training.
Learn more about training employees.
Manage your human resources more effectively
For many small and medium sized businesses, more employees and a lack of in-house human resources staff can make expanding particularly difficult.
Manitoba’s Jobs and Skills Development Centre can help by assessing your company’s individual circumstances and develop a human resources planning and management strategy that will support your management team and keep you profitable.
Learn more about workforce development.