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Organizations: Government of Alberta Publication Type: Fact Sheet Audience: Employees

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May 30, 2018

Description

As of January 1, 2014 workers and employers in contravention of ticketable provisions of OHS legislation can be issued tickets by OHS officers. OHS tickets are similar to a traffic ticket; they are an on-the-spot penalty given out following an infraction of the law.


Views: 599
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October 1, 2017

Description

Outlines the minimum standards prescribed in the employment standards that apply to domestic employees. PLEASE NOTE: New employment standards came into effect on January 1, 2018. This fact sheet gives information on legislation that was in force until December 31, 2017.


Views: 382
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October 1, 2017

Description

This Fact Sheet applies to employees who are paid in whole or in part by incentive-based pay and who are subject to the Employment Standards Code’s (Code) provisions regarding recording of hours of work, payment of overtime, vacation pay and general (statutory) holiday pay. Some employees are not...


Views: 132
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October 1, 2017

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Outlines the exceptions to employment standards for oilwell servicing employees in hours of work, overtime and the bonus component of wages.


Views: 12
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February 1, 2017

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Outlines the Employment Standards for employees in fire fighting services.


Views: 179
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October 1, 2016

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Outlines the minimum standards for employers and employees involved in a direct selling business. PLEASE NOTE: New employment standards came into effect on January 1, 2018. This fact sheet gives information on legislation that was in force until December 31, 2017.


Views: 114
Last Modified

August 1, 2016

Description

Long work hours and/or many consecutive days of work can fatigue workers and make them feel tired, sleepy, irritable, depressed, or giddy. They may lose their appetite, have digestive problems, and are more likely to catch a cold or flu.


Views: 32
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July 30, 2015

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Quick facts about Alberta minimum wage


Views: 26
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April 1, 2015

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Outlines the Employment Standards for employees in field catering, geophysical exploration, surveying, logging and lumbering, and road maintenance activities.


Views: 4
Last Modified

July 1, 2014

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The Government of Alberta has dedicated tools and resources to help employers manage challenges and develop a successful workforce.