Workplace substance abuse remains a major challenge for HR managers.
Wrongful termination lawsuit can saddle your organization with a 5- or even 6-figures worth of termination notice. But you may also be able to slice huge chunks off your bill by relying on an age-old legal doctrine called the mitigation damages rule.
The duty to mitigate doesn’t automatically apply where the employment contract sets out a fixed termination notice period or formula for calculating the notice period.
Running 249 pages, Bill 17 proposes sweeping changes to 2 sets of laws: the Employment Standards Law or the Employment Standards Code (ESC) and Labour Relations Code.
A roundup of new legislation, regulations, government announcements, court cases and arbitration rulings
One of the trickiest parts of the Record of Employment is accurately accounting for overtime earnings.
Does time spent on parental leave e.g. maternity leave count toward vacation accrual?
Do employees returning from parental or maternity leave get the vacation and pay raises they’d have received if they hadn’t taken leave?
Running 249 pages, Bill 17 proposes sweeping changes to the Alberta HR Law (2 sets): the Employment Standards Code (ESC) and Labour Relations Code.
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