- All unsatisfied judgments from Employment Standards are made public.
- If any enforcement action requiring payment has been issued as a result of a complaint and the employer fails to comply, the action is filed with the Court.
- Once filed with the Court, the action is enforceable as a Court judgment.
- A judgment may be collected through means other than direct payment from an employer. See Judgment collection for more information.
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How to be removed from the registry
An employer must comply with the judgment and pay it in full in order to be removed from the registry.
If you are an employer and would like to pay the outstanding judgment and have your company's name removed from the registry, send a certified cheque payable to the Director of Employment Standards to:
Employment Standards Collections
Suite 602, Labour Building
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 0G5
How the law applies
Section 63.4 of the Employment Standards Regulation outlines the publication of unpaid judgments.
Disclaimer: In the event of any discrepancy between this information and Alberta Employment Standards legislation, the legislation is considered correct.