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Lessons learned the hard way: Managing short-term absences
Sometimes employers are rewarded for their efforts in being patient but persistent when dealing with absent employees! (In PDF)
Q: We are a company located in Alberta. We have an employee who has been with us for 5.3 years, and are looking to lay this employee off. This employee has a senior role in our company. The company has decided to give a working notice instead of a lieu payment. Should the employee choose not to work the notice period provided by the employer, does this become a termination then? Or are we required to pay this notice period out to the employee?
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Recent changes to smoking regulation: E-cigarettes
Regulation under the recently enacted Electronic Cigarettes Act, 2015 helps facilitate the restriction on the sale and use of electronic cigarettes.
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