Your Rights at Work
Welcome to CPLEA Rights at Work: a collection of resources funded by the Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund.
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CPLEA talked to young people from Alberta’s multicultural communities and the service providers that work with them. We asked them what they wanted to know about the law and employment and we heard a lot of stories that ended with, “Can my boss actually do that?” Below are videos with printable answers to the questions we collected.
- Questions about Pay
- Questions about Discrimination and Harassment
- Questions about Working Hours and Holidays
- Alberta Human Rights Act – Discrimination at Work
- Duty to Accommodate – What You and Your Employer Should Know
- Young Workers in Alberta – Working Under 18
- Your Rights at Work in Alberta – Employment Standards Codes
- You’re Fired – Rights at the End of Employment
- 10 Rights at Work You Probably Didn’t Know You Have in Alberta
- 9 Things You Shouldn’t Be Asked in a Job Interview
- Some Jerks Don’t Grow Out of it: 10 Tips for Handling an Office Bully
- 11 Alberta Workplace Rights Most People Think They Have but Don’t!
- Would you Recognize Workplace Discrimination? 9 Examples of What it Could Look Like
- Can I be asked that in an interview?
- Can my boss do that?
- Is that a right? How well do you know you know your rights in Alberta quiz
- Young workers in Alberta
Still have questions?
- CPLEA Tip Sheet: Employment Insurance (EI) and Job Loss
- CPLEA Tip Sheet: Things to Know When You’ve Lost Your Job
- LawCentral Alberta – Workplace Rights
- LawCentral Francais – Droits dans le milieu de travaill
- Government of Alberta – Employment Standards Contact Centre – Call 1-877-427-3731 or 780-427-3731 (in Edmonton)
- Government of Alberta – Temporary Foreign Worker Helpline – Call 1-877-944-9955 or 780-644-9955 (in Edmonton)
- If you’re a non-profit organization, contact New Alberta Workers to book a workshop on Health & Safety Rights for Workers.
All of the materials on this page were funded by the Alberta Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund (HREMF). This project was a result of a research project funded by HREMF. The research report is available here.