Human Resources

A high-performing farm or agribusiness needs high-performing employees. A strong, reliable, engaged team provides a competitive advantage and it starts with a good human resources plan.

As a business grows, the human resources (HR) function may become a full-time job for the owner/operator. This may be an indicator that it’s to make a plan for human resource management to help you hire and retain good employees, and ensure you are meeting your responsibilities as an employer. The Human Resource Management for Farm Business in Manitoba (PDF) guide is filled with ideas and exercises to help you build and implement a strong plan for your farm, whether you employ family members or other individuals. The guide explains the process of building an effective HR plan that can reduce risk, reduce turnover and improve the quality of people you hire. Case studies use real-life examples to show how farms have successfully worked through common issues.

Manitoba Employment Standards

 Young Employees

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Finding and Developing Employees


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Payroll Source Deductions


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