EDMONTON – Alberta has taken steps to dismiss employers from people to carry high neck at work.
PvdA Minister Christina Gray said the province has changed the occupational health and safety code, which has employed employers to make the whole hired commitment.
"Our government has the backing of every worker and today we are also out to your feet," Gray said Friday.
Ontario and British Columbia burned heights in 2017 and Manitoba took the same year this year. Alberta's changes will come into effect Jan. 1.
Gray says they hear from server-free headaches that make them painful and they have a risk of sending and falling.
Lisa Caputo, co-owner of Cibo Bistro in Edmonton, said that her former experiences in the restaurant industry include two-keychains.
"The work of almost my whole career working in a workplace requires an unsafe and unmanageable shoe to have my foot in the form of diamonds of shoe I have eight to 10 hours, "she said.
She had no need for eight years, but felt pain in her feet, she said.
"Working in an environment where you look and clothes of trumpeting and food, make yourself self-governor or wife," said Caputo. "You are a lot of things and that's what we felt."
Gray says no one is forced to shave all kinds of security that ensures safety or security issues. She said that the amendment prohibited all employers in each sector to comply with the merit of workers who could put the risk posed.
"The women still have the choice to wear high neck, but they can not be forced, especially in the insecure labor market," she said.