- LL.B., University of Alberta, 2002
- M.B.A., University of Alberta, 2001
- B.A. (Hons.), University of Calgary, 1996
Correna Jones practices employment, labour, business immigration and privacy law.
Correna assists corporate clients with the full range of their employment law needs, including strategic advice on workplace issues, drafting employment agreements, workplace policies, restrictive covenants and non-disclosure agreements, assistance with human rights issues and investigations, disability management, drug and alcohol testing policies and practices, employment standards compliance, privacy compliance, including drafting policies and practices, and counsel to employers on employment issues during corporate transactions and restructurings.
Correna has advised employers on privacy compliance issues, anti-spam law compliance, information security breaches, privacy impact assessments and privacy training. She has represented clients before the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for Alberta and the federal Office of the Information Commissioner, as well on privacy related litigation matters before Trial and Appellate Courts in the Province of Alberta and the Federal Court of Canada.
Correna has also successfully represented unionized employers in the full spectrum of labour issues, from certification and first agreement collective bargaining to strikes, picketing issues, contract administration, grievance arbitration, unfair labour practice complaints and revocation applications.
In business immigration law, Correna provides advice and counsel on all categories of work permit applications, including those pursuant to international mobility programs and through labour market impact assessments. She also assists with permanent resident applications through provincial nominee programs, the Canadian experience class, the federal skilled worker program and family class sponsorship applications. She also provides advice and counsel regarding compliance audits and legal obligations of employers.
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