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Discusses the details of laws regarding minimum wage, overtime, holidays, job-protected leaves, vacations, hours of work, earnings, youth workers, and termination.
Provides details about the various job-protected leaves eligible workers can take.
Offers interactive information on Alberta employment standards rules and responsibilities.
The Alberta Human Rights Commission's purpose is to promote equality and reduce discrimination. It provides public information and education programs, and helps Albertans resolve human rights complaints.
Discusses the details of the current minimum wage rates in Alberta.
Provides details about the laws regarding employment of people under age 18 in Alberta.
Canada Job Bank is a searchable national database of available jobs.
Gives the official legislative text of the Labour Code.