Episode 4: Written employment agreements – benefits and pitfalls to avoid

In episode four of the Canadian Employment and Labour law podcast, host Alison Walsh is joined by Sarah Sobieraj to discuss the benefits of written employment agreements as well as five common pitfalls that employers should avoid when drafting a written employment agreement.

If you have any questions regarding the content of this podcast or need assistance with your employment agreements, please contact Alison or Sarah.

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Alison Walsh

About Alison Walsh

Alison Walsh is a partner in Denton Canada LLP’s Edmonton Labour and Employment Group. Alison provides labour and employment advice to employers in both non-unionized and unionized settings on a variety of issues. Alison has appeared in the Provincial Court of Alberta and Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta and has also represented employers in various other forums including Alberta Employment Standards hearings and the Alberta Labour Relations Board.

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Sarah Sobieraj

About Sarah Sobieraj

Sarah Sobieraj is an associate in our Employment and Labor group in the Calgary office. Sarah’s practice focuses on management side labour, employment, human rights, administrative and privacy law.

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