May 21, 2021 by Cristina Wendel in General
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Alberta Government provides list of exempt workplaces, clarifying recent COVID-19 public health orders regarding workplace closures

In follow up to a recent Dentons Employment and Labour Blog Post detailing recent public health orders in Alberta (CMOH […]

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May 12, 2021 by Cristina Wendel in General
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Alberta businesses may face mandatory workplace closures under new COVID-19 public health orders

In response to climbing COVID-19 case numbers and an increasing number of Albertans testing positive for ‘variants of concern’, the […]

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October 15, 2020 by Cristina Wendel in COVID-19
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Episode 6: Family status accommodation and COVID-19

Dentons · Episode 6: Family status accommodation and COVID-19 In episode 6 of the Canadian Employment and Labour Law podcast, […]

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May 05, 2016 by Cristina Wendel in Alberta, Employment Standards, English
  • Comments Off on Court finds termination clause purporting to limit a 17-year employee’s termination notice to the 8 week statutory minimum to be “clear, express and unambiguous”

Court finds termination clause purporting to limit a 17-year employee’s termination notice to the 8 week statutory minimum to be “clear, express and unambiguous”

An Alberta court recently had the opportunity to consider the question of whether a termination clause was effective to take away an employee’s entitlement to pay in lieu of notice of termination in excess of the minimum set out in the Alberta Employment Standards Code (“Code”). The Plaintiff in this

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