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Hello The company for which I am employed with is the service provider for a government agency, and we have just been informed that the contract has been terminated on March 31, 2024, but can re-apply for a position with the new company awarded the contract. I will be 60 years of age in April and have been with the company for almost 12 years in middle management. Would I be able to get a full severance if I get rehired?
Hello I have been working for a town in Ab, for 10 years more , when I stated I sign a contract and need to understand that section ( Other Terms and Condition) You agree that the town of …has the right to enact or invoke policies and procedures governing its employees and you agree to be bound by all such policies and procedures excerpt where they specifically contradict the terms of this offer letter .All policies are available in entirety on intranet site. The town reserves the right to amend the Personnel Policies from time to time .Please note that if there is a conflict between the terms and conditions outlined in this offer of employment and the policies and procedures attached , the term and conditions outlined in the offer of employment will govern. And next section ( Invalid or Unenforceable) If any term or Condition is determined to be invalid or unenforceable to any extent, the remaining terms and conditions shall not be affected thereby , and each of the remaining terms and conditions shall be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law . So in December 2021 they add the new policies for mandate vaccination for Covid -19 , then I was not feeling good since August 2021 after catching covid ( delta) , so begining of December 2021 when on long term disability, long covid / anxiety / depression. So my question is ..I am slowly getting better and think that after Christmas I should slowly try to get back to work with least hours and slowly increase if things go better for me , But they still have the mandatory vaccine policy in place , so if I don’t want to have the vaccination they will not allow me to go back on work site ..so since I sign a contract offer letter 10 years ago , that vaccination mandate policy was not part of the deal ..is there something I can do if they let me go , because I refuse the vaccination..even if it is not under the Alberta legislation..do they have the right at this moment to still force Me..or loos my job .. Thanks sorry for the long question .. Have a good gay ..
Ot Requirements and am I entitled in Alberta ? I am employed as a Salaried division manager and had got sent out to the field to work hands on doing labor work for 16 weeks in which time I accumulated 480.5 hours of overtime the company is offering me 9 days off with pay for this at regular time am I entitled to overtime as i was not doing work as I typically would have been ?
I was on maternity leave and went back to work on October 1st. I had my performance review recently and was told my bonus amount would only be based on the time I have been back at work (October-November). Is this legal? Should the employee be penalized for the time they were away on maternity leave?