Canada: The ins and outs of the AgriHR Tool Kit

Flowers Canada Growers (FCG) has recently signed up for the AgriHR Tool Kit – which means all of FCG’s Members across the country now have free and unlimited access to this tool.

Do you find yourself asking: “How do I attract the skilled workers I need?” “What’s the best way to discipline an employee?” “How do I protect myself from lawsuits, grievances, and liability claims?” “How do I improve workplace morale?” “How do I know whether I have the right mix of people to help me achieve my business goals?” “How do I choose the right person to take over from me?” “How do I determine the right rate of pay?”

The AgriHR Toolkit is designed to answer these questions and address the unique needs of the agriculture industry.The AgriHR toolkit is one stop shop for all the HR information that an organization needs. The AgriHR Toolkit, developed by Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council (CAHRC) through extensive consultations with producers across Canada, offers assistance every step of the way with guides, templates, resources, and the critical questions that you need to ask and answer about your business. It offers tools such as an Employee Handbook template you can download and customize for your farm and employees that includes key policies that are becoming components of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) such as the Abuse Free Workplace policy.

FCG strongly encourages all Members to visit and have a look at what the Agri HR Toolkit has to offer. If you are an FCG/FCOMember, there is no charge to access the AgriHR Tool Kit – but you will need to call Rachelle or Lynda at the FCG offices at 1 (800) 698-0013 or communicate via email to or to be provided with a discount code.

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