Inform – Other Resources

Inform – Other Resources

Business Services

Alberta’s Official Immigration Website: Help for Employers
Alberta Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour works in cooperation with Alberta businesses and industry to help promote Alberta as the best place to live and work. We support Alberta employers in their efforts to attract, recruit and retain skilled foreign workers to fill labour shortages.

ALIS Publications Catalogue
Here you’ll find current, well-researched and easy to understand career, learning and employment resources. Most of the print materials are available free of charge in Alberta.

ALIS Tips for Employers
Useful tip sheets on many topics of interest to employers to help inform, attract, develop and retain staff.

The Business Link
The Business Link reduces the complexity of dealing with various levels of government by serving as a central resource for business information, advice and referrals. Look here for everything from start-up, incorporation, financing and loan programs, to product sourcing, government and private sector programs and services.

Directory of Directories
Numerous Alberta-based organizations/associations have directories of firms in their industry. This directory contains a list of associations and groups with offices in Alberta.

Employment Standards
Learn more about the laws and regulations governing minimum standards of employment in Alberta workplaces. Click on “Administering Employment Standards” to access comprehensive hands-on training and gain a better understanding of the rights and obligations of employers and employees.

Employment Standards Dispute Resolution
This stand-alone, interactive, web-based awareness program is designed to provide Alberta employees and employers with an opportunity to learn more about minimum employment standards in the workplace.

Personal Information Protection Act
Learn how this private sector privacy Act applies to your workplace including personnel files and references.

Service Alberta
Click on “Business in Alberta” for information, forms, publications, programs and more from the Government of Alberta.


Collective Bargaining

Bargaining Update
Provides key statistics on labour settlements and negotiations in Alberta and is produced monthly.

Filing and Retrieval System
This site includes a search and retrieval system that allows users to find and select collective bargaining agreements for organizations operating within Alberta.


Labour Market Information

Alberta Economic Development Authority
The Alberta Economic Development Authority (AEDA) website provides links to reports and studies containing valuable information on key sectors of the economy.

Alberta Labour Market
Access links to labour market bulletins for your area and find a wealth of information about employment trends, economic activities, industry and business innovations.

Alberta Learning Information Service
Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS) is the provincial gateway for career, learning and employment information and services. The website provides employers with information on topics such as labour market trends, employment standards, and workplace health and safety, as well as access to provincial job banks.

Highlights of the Alberta Economy
Annual publication contains key statistics on the structure and performance of the Alberta economy.

Labour Force Statistics
Provides Albertans with current labour force statistics and conditions on a monthly basis.

Alberta Works Centres
Alberta Works Centres provide employers with information on labour market trends and forecasts, and offer services such as the Canada-Alberta Job Order Bank. Access this website to learn more and find the address of the Centre nearest you.

Assists employers and HR personnel understand labour market information, occupational requirements, how to develop new job descriptions, allocation of earnings, industry groupings, retraining of injured staff etc.

Wage and Salary Information
Produced twice a year, this survey covers over 400 different occupations and provides information on wages and salaries of full and part-time employees by occupation, region and industry.


Regional Profiles

Regional Development
Learn more about Alberta’s regional economic development initiatives. Find information and links on topics related to: Regional Economic Development Alliances (REDA’s), business, community, regional and aboriginal economic development.


Regulated Occupations

This resource can help employers understand certification requirements and regulated occupations in Alberta.

Modified: 2014-02-12
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