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- All outstanding certificates against corporate directors are made public.
- If an employer fails to pay wages owed to an employee as stated in an order as a result of not meeting the minimum employment standards, corporate directors may be liable for payment.
- A certificate may be appealed within 21 days of being received.
Additional information on how to search for outstanding certificates against corporate directors will be provided as soon as it becomes available.
How to be removed from the registry
If a corporate director is liable for payment of wages, they must pay the amount stated on the certificate, including fees in full, to be removed from the registry.
If you are a corporate director and would like to pay the amount stated on a certificate and have your name removed from the registry, send a certified cheque payable to the Director of Employment Standards to:
Employment Standards Collections
Alberta Labour and Immigration
2nd Floor, 9925 Building
9925 109 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2J8
How the law applies
Section 63.4 of the Employment Standards Regulation outlines the publication of certificates against corporate directors.
Disclaimer: In the event of any discrepancy between this information and Alberta Employment Standards legislation, the legislation is considered correct.