In most WCAT cases, the only other person involved will be your employer. To serve your employer, you must do the following:
- If your employer is a person, you must personally hand the documents to your employer.
- If your employer is a corporation (like a company):
– You can personally leave the documents with a manager, clerk or secretary at a company office; or
– If it is a BC company or society, you can send the documents by registered mail to the company’s registered office. You can find out a company or society’s registered office by searching for them in the Corporate Registry. If you have a short deadline for service, using registered mail to serve a corporation may not be good option because it could take a few days to get there.
You should include a cover letter (service letter) with the documents saying what documents you served and how you served them. Remember to note the date and time that you served everyone and the name of the person you gave the documents to.