In a Financial Post report today about sick days in Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador can carry the proud distinction of averaging 9.2 days per year lost due to sickness per worker. Alberta had the best record at just 6.2 days (The numbers don’t include time off for personal and family responsibilities). The article is actually about options the self-employed have for bearing the brunt of the sick day. Read by clicking the link below.

Source: The Financial Post