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CFIB- CANADIAN FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS District Manager yearly salaries in Canada

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Great place for independent personality wishing to serve independent business owners, must have a passion for politics.
As a district manager you must have a strong drive to self motivate yourself. It allows the ability to establish your own work schedule, which will dictate your level of success and income. You must be willing to spend a lot of time travelling to many locations in a single day and have the will to walk through new business doors to deliver the CFIB advantages to business owners. They offer a solid compensation package and treat their employees well.
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Great place for a strong independent, self motivator with strong communication skills.
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No base salary and can be very emotionally draining.
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Amazing Place To Work
Being a district manager at CFIB has changed my life, and the life of many of my colleagues here at the federation. For the right candidate, there is no better job or organization to work for. There is a members first culture here at CFIB and it is more like joining a family run business. 60% of the job is meeting with existing members and 40% is adding new small business owners to CFIB. This can be done in a variety of way including cold calling, referrals from members, and referrals from CFIB partners. If you embrace the referral part of the job, the cold calling aspect of the job can be reduced to very little. There is a very good team atmosphere and our members are extremely supportive of the federation. New member generation is a necessary part of the job, but if you are able to work smart it really is not that difficult. I was told I should expect 55-60K in my first year with the potential to earn more. In a very small rural territory, I have never earned less than $85,000 per year, not including the RRSP matching program and all the other incentives. This job is not for everyone. There is very little administration and office work involved. If you are not a self-starter, self-motivated, or have a hard time experiencing and dealing with the rejection that comes with selling to business owners, this might not be the job for you. I am sure the hiring manager would be more than happy to discuss all of this with you should you interview for the District Manager position. All I can say is that coming to work for CFIB was, by far and away, the best career decision. - more...
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Mission of CFIB, Professionalism, generous compensation based on performance, culture
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some cold calling necessary and rejection. If you can handle both of those, sky is the limit
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Loved the job, compensation structure not in line with other companies.
I worked for CFIB for nearly 3 years. When I was hired I was lead to believe that after a year or so I would be making around $80,000 per year. Even during the pre-pandemic era, this was extremely difficult to do. The compensation structure and goals associated with it have not been adjusted to account for the pandemic, which has been gravely disappointing. Although I have managed to meet quarterly goals, business closures have led to claw backs of commission, leading to pay cheques that do not even cover my household expenses. The CEO is a wonderful man and my Direct supervisor was great, but I feel upper management could have done more to support us during the very difficult time of the pandemic. I will miss this position and my co-workers.
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Great co-workers, independence, great hours, life-work balance
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Poor compensation
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Average CFIB- CANADIAN FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS District Manager yearly pay in Canada is approximately $61,465, which is 8% below the national average.
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