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  • Melissa Rico Comments on Rogers Outage and How Employers May Have Responded in the Globe and Mail

    Carbert Waite LLP Partner, Melissa Rico was recently asked to comment in The Globe and Mail for their Nine to Five section.  The question posed to Melissa for the column involved whether a remote  employee is obligated to take an unplanned vacation day due to the Rogers internet outage in July.  “Ca … Read more »

  • Congratulations to Kevin Stenner

    We would like to congratulate Kevin Stenner on his new in-house position with Neuron, a leading rental e-scooter company and micromobility technology developer. This is a very exciting opportunity for Kevin, and we wish him all the best!  The post Congratulations to Kevin Stenner appeared first on C … Read more »

  • CPHR Alberta Annual Conference – Engage 22

    Carbert Waite LLP is a proud sponsor of the CPHR Alberta Annual Conference – Engage 22. We are joining  HR practitioners from across the province to discuss current challenges facing the profession amidst the new normal.  Alongside our sponsorship, we are also hosting a discussion on how to best han … Read more »

  • Blair Carbert’s Appointment as Queen’s Counsel 2022

    Carbert Waite LLP is pleased to announce that Blair Carbert has been appointed Queen’s Counsel (Q.C.) by the Lieutenant Governor in Council of Alberta, on the recommendation of Minister of Justice and Solicitor General, Tyler Shandro. Appointment of Queen’s Counsel is a recognition awarded to those … Read more »

  • Termination Clauses: Simplicity still has challenges.

    Author: Mihai R. Beschea The Court of Appeal of Alberta recently struck a relatively simple termination clause in an employment contract. In Bryant v Parkland School Division, the Court of Appeal struck the following termination clause: [t]his contract may be terminated by the Employee by giving to … Read more »