Seven Steps to Labour Advance in Saskatchewan.

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Information on employment standards and workplace rights and responsibilities for Saskatchewan employers and employees.

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Information on Saskatchewan legislative acts and regulations pertaining to employment and labour. The following are the top downloaded publications for Labour Relations and Workplace Safety: Rights and Responsibilities - A Guide to Employment Standards in Saskatchewan Under The Saskatchewan Employment Act.

An overview of Saskatchewan's employment standards legislation under The Saskatchewan Employment Act for employers and employees. away from work every seven days (except when fighting forest or prairie fires). Employees in the retail trade get two consecutive days off every seven days.

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LABOUR STANDARDS 5 c.L-1 CHAPTER L-1 An Act respecting Annual Holidays, Hours of Work, Minimum Wages and Other Employment Standards SHORT TITLE Short title 1 This Act may be cited as The Labour Standards Act.

INTERPRETATION Interpretation 2 In this Act: (a) “annual holiday pay” means an amount of money to which an. Dec 09,  · > Labour > Employment Standards > Maternity Leave; Fact Sheet. PDF Version Employees who have worked with the same employer for at least seven consecutive months and are expecting to give birth to a child are entitled to Seven Steps to Labour Advance in Saskatchewan.

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A SUMMARY OF CHANGES TO LABOUR RELATIONS UNDER THE SASKATCHEWAN EMPLOYMENT ACT Keir J.M. Vallance The W Law Group Saskatoon, Saskatchewan CONTENTS Topic Page Expanded role of the LRB 1 Certification and Scope 2 Decertification 3 Collective Bargaining 4.

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Apr 29,  · New labour rules that index the minimum wage and recognize the rights of interns are now in effect in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan spells out rules for new labour law to have seven. A end the 22nd Annual Saskatchewan Labour Law Review and catch up on the year’s top labour law developments and their impact on unions and employers in Saskatchewan. At this state-of-the-law conference, experienced union and management counsel will help you understand new developments in labour law and their impact on the unionized workplace.

About Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board. Publications & Policies. Decisions/Reasons. Annual Reports. Adjudications - Part II of The Saskatchewan Employment Act. Adjudications - Part III of The Saskatchewan Employment Act.

Board Resolutions. Duty of Fair Representation Questions. To restrict your search results, include more search terms. Quotation marks around your search terms will refine your search to that exact sequence of terms. The Supreme Court of Canada has struck down as unconstitutional a Saskatchewan law that prevents public-sector employees from striking.

By a majority, the high court granted an appeal by the. An ad hoc committee on work-life balance was established at the January meeting of Ministers of Labour to explore how CAALL could support federal, provincial and territorial jurisdictions to address work-life balance issues.

In particular, the Committee had the mandate of reviewing the literature on work-life balance workplace practices related to the costs and benefits to employers. Also, under certain circumstances, the Saskatchewan Labour Board’s decision can be appealed to the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal.

For more information about appealing a decision to the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board, contact the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board at (Regina), or visit their website at. The Ready for Work Program is a project that the SFL runs in co-operation with the Workers' Compensation Board and Saskatchewan Labour.

It is designed to reach as many new workers as possible, including high school students and new hires, in schools and workplaces across the province. The province's new essential services legislation has been untested so far — but some groups are probably reading the fine print a little closer these days.You have to make deductions on amounts you pay if you are an employer, a trustee or a you have made the deductions, you have to remit these deductions, plus your share, to the then report these amounts on the appropriate information return.FOR REVIEW OF IN RELATION TO INFORMATION REQUESTED FROM SASKATCHEWAN LABOUR [1] By an Access to Information Request form dated December 3,(the "Applicant") requested information from Saskatchewan Labour (the "Respondent") pertaining to the investigation respecting the death of at the on.

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