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FREE WEBINAR: Are You Prepared For January 1 Alberta Employment Law Changes?

This webinar is designed to give small business owners like you and HR professionals the information they need to ensure that their business complies with the new legislative landscape.

Employment Changes Coming Soon!

New employment reforms will come into effect January 1, 2018. Is your small business ready for these changes?

Alcohol at Office Holiday Parties: Lively or Liability?

Alcohol can be a festive addition to company parties but can also be a liability. Here are some precautions to consider!

Alberta's minimum wage is going up on October 1, 2017

Alberta's general minimum wage increases by $1.40 per hour to $13.60. Weekly and monthly minimum wages used by certain professions will rise to $542/week for salespersons and $2,582/month for domestic employees respectively, at the same time.

Is your employee suffering from mental illness?

Your employee’s well-being is important to the success of your business. With 40% of short and long-term disability claims relating to mental-health, it’s important as an employer to be able to recognize the signs.
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