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You can terminate employment provided yy you give the proper notice required by Alberta’s Employment Standards Code yy the termination does not violate the employee’s human rights, such as ending their employment due to discrimination (for example, because the employee is homosexual) Issuing and receiving termination notices The Employment Standards Code specifies the notice period employers and employees must give when someone is asked to leave or decides to leave a job. This termination notice period depends on how long the employee has worked for you.

Com for more information). org Sponsored by the provincial and federal governments, the Business Link provides access to business resources and tools, as well as information on taxation, financing and loan programs, managing a business, regulatory requirements, government services and programs, and more. ca Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Law Information Centres (LInC) The Centre provides access to occupational health and safety resources on topics including health and wellness, legislation, WHMIS, and control and elimination of workplace hazards.

Particular circumstances may determine whether you are justified in dismissing an employee. Contact Employment Standards and the Alberta Human Rights Commission if you are uncertain. Under the Code, when terminating an employee you can provide • a termination notice. In this case, the employee works and is paid regular pay until the end of the notice period. • pay instead of a termination notice. In this case, the employee ends work immediately but is paid for the duration of the notice period.

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