The NL Employers’ Council is the only province-wide advocacy association that represents and connects business leaders from all industries.
As a member of the NL Employers’ Council, you have the ability to provide input on our policy positions. Join us and let us know how to make it easier for you to do business in this province, grow our economy and increase shared prosperity.
Why join the NLEC?
An opportunity to influence public policy through NLEC advocacy
- A greater ability to communicate with government leaders through the NLEC’s effective advocacy and influential submissions;
- Opportunity for senior representatives to participate in roundtables and forums that contribute to the development of the NLEC’s policy positions and priorities;
- Access to the NLEC’s economic and policy research and analysis;
- Support NLEC advocacy achievements such as a reduction in employer Worker’s Compensation premiums, the elimination of card based union certification, increases in the payroll tax threshold, and Employment Insurance reform
- Eligible to have representative(s) on various committees of the NLEC, which help shape positions on key issues;
Feel supported amongst a network of like-minded employers operating in Newfoundland & Labrador
- Receive public support on issues affecting your ability to contribute to the economic growth and prosperity of Newfoundland & Labrador
- An opportunity to network with peers and government officials at exclusive members only VIP events
- Receive regular updates on important public policy consultations and legislative changes impacting employers
- All employees of member organizations will receive a discounted rate for NLEC events and training sessions
Advice on relevant issues facing your business at no extra charge
- Receive free one-on-one confidential assistance and advice on employment related matters from employer advisors, NLEC staff and board members, and a network of employer representatives
- Access to the NLEC’s members only website, featuring samples, templates and frequently asked questions on employment related topics