An employer's guide to employment rules by Alberta Employment and Immigration Contributors

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Ca (click on Tobacco Reduction). An Employer’s Guide to Employment Rules © Government of Alberta, Alberta Employment and Immigration 29 Providing Workers’ Compensation coverage WCB seminars for employers The Workers’ Compensation Board of Alberta provides free seminars and workshops for employers on topics including an overview of workers’ compensation, workplace violence, disability management, modified duties, and understanding the appeals system. The half-day Employer Information Seminar covers WCB basics such as managing your WCB account, who’s a worker, insurable earnings and coverage for business owners.

E liminate or reduce the hazards. You must take practical steps to remove the hazards identified. If you cannot practically eliminate these hazards, you must apply procedures that will reduce or control them. • e stablish an effective means of communication for employees to contact other people who can respond to the employee’s need. The system must be appropriate to the hazards involved. • e nsure employees are trained and educated so they can perform their jobs safely. Employees must be made aware of the hazards of working alone and the preventive measures in place to reduce or eliminate potential risks.

Sick or compassionate care leave Alberta’s Employment Standards Code does not require you to provide sick leave to your employees. You do, however, have a duty under Alberta’s Human Rights, Citizenship and Multiculturalism Act to make workplace adjustments for employees who require disability supports as a result of an employee illness or injury. ) Though not required by law to provide sick leave or long- and short-term disability pay, many Alberta employers provide such benefits. Similarly, although Alberta’s Employment Standards Code does not require you to provide paid or unpaid bereavement leave to attend a funeral or to care for a dying relative, it is a benefit employers often provide.

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