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Keep a copy of each ROE for six years. ca Click on the A to Z Services Index and select Record of Employment using the alphabetical list. 1-800-561-3992 (toll-free) Exit interviews, which should be voluntary, are normally done with employees who have not been fired but are leaving of their own initiative. Face-to-face interviews of this kind can provide valuable insight about skills and abilities required to perform the job and can help you improve your operations. ca (click on Managing Employees, then select Performance Appraisals).
The following are available at the Employment Standards website: Becoming a Parent in Alberta Click on Employment Standards Publications. Select the publication title. Maternity Leave and Parental Leave Fact Sheet Click on Employment Standards Facts and Information. Select the fact sheet title. 1-877-427-3731 (toll-free) 780-427-3731 (Edmonton) TTY, call 780-427-9999 in Edmonton or 1-800-232-7215 toll-free Maternity or parental leave pay Employees who are new parents, through birth or adoption of a child, may qualify for maternity or parental pay under the federal Employment Insurance (EI) program.
EI pays the benefit. Your obligations relate only to granting time off and allowing the employee to return following the maternity and parental leave. ca (click on the A to Z Services Index, then choose Employment Insurance Maternity and Parental Benefits using the alphabetical menu). Or, call Service Canada at 1-800-206-7218 (TTY, call 1-800-529-3742). 34 An Employer’s Guide to Employment Rules © Government of Alberta, Alberta Employment and Immigration Providing maternity and parental leave Maternity and parental leave under Alberta’s Employment Standards Code TYPE OF LEAVE WHO IS ELIGIBLE LENGTH START DATE Maternity leave (unpaid) Birth mothers Up to 15 weeks From 12 weeks before due date to date of child’s birth Parental leave (unpaid) Birth parents Adoptive parents Up to 37 consecutive weeks When maternity leave is finished Can be taken by one of the parents or shared by two parents if employers are notified Birth fathers or adoptive parents can start their parental leave any time within 52 weeks after the child is born or adopted Laying off and recalling employees You can temporarily lay off employees for up to 59 days without giving them a termination notice.
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