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Publication List Using "labour standards"

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  Anonymous Employment Standards Complaint Form
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) You can make an Anonymous Complaint with the Employment Standards Division if you believe The Saskatchewan Employment Act is not being followed. Problems are usually corrected on a “go-forward” basis, to ensure that from this point on that the provisions of the Act will be followed in the workplace.
  Averaging of Hours Permit Application
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) This permit allows an employer to average the hours of work of an employee or group of employees work over a period of weeks. Modified work arrangements can be negotiated with an employee or group of employees for up to 12 hours in a day or 160 hours in 4 weeks. Where a shift cycle requires a longer day or a longer period of averaging, an employer, with the support of a majority of the employees, can apply for an averaging permit from the Director of Employment Standards. (Section 2-20).
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  Cours du Certificat de préparation des jeunes travailleurs - Guide et cahier d’exercices
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Tous les adolescents de 14 et 15 ans doivent suivre le Cours du Certificat de préparation des jeunes travailleurs avant de commencer à travailler en Saskatchewan.
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  Family Leave: Quick Reference Chart
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Saskatchewan has several different types of family leave This quick reference chart outlines all of the different leaves as well as the rights and responsibilities for each type of leave.
  Formal Employment Standards Complaint Form
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) If you believe your employer failed to meet the employment standards set out in Part II of The Saskatchewan Employment Act, you can file a formal complaint with the Employment Standards Division. This form must be used to claim unpaid wages.
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  Les droits et les responsabilités - Guide des normes du travail en Saskatchewan
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Le présent document fournit les renseignements de base sur les normes du travail en Saskatchewan énoncés dans la partie II de la loi sur l’emploi intitulée The Saskatchewan Employment Act. Il vise à aider les employés et les employeurs à comprendre leurs droits et leurs responsabilités conformément à la législation.
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  Maternity, Adoption and Parental Quick Reference Chart
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Saskatchewan has several different types of family leave available including maternity, adoption and parental. This quick reference chart outlines the rights and responsibilities for each type of leave.
  Medical Leave Quick Reference Chart
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Description: Saskatchewan has several employment leaves available. Medical leave encompasses any leave relating to personal medical care and immediate family care. This includes organ donation, critically ill child care, and compassionate care.
  Minimum Wage Board Review and Reporting - Minimum Wage Board Report on Indexation 2011
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Saskatchewan Minimum Wage Board Report on Indexation 2011.
  Modified Work Arrangement Template
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Section 2-19 of The Saskatchewan Employment Act now allows employers and employees to average hours using a Modified Work Arrangement (MWA). Under the following conditions, averaging of hours does not require a permit from the Director of Employment Standards.
  Move a Public Holiday Permit Application
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) This application requests for authorization to move a public holiday to another day (section 2-31(b)(ii)).
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  OC 162/2014 - The Employment Standards Regulations (Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 254/2010 - Membership Changes to Adjudicators Designated to Hear Appeals from Wage Assessments Pursuant to The Labour Standards Act (subsection 62.4(2.1) (Minister of Advanced Education, Employment and Labour)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 303/2009 - The Labour Standards Amendment Regulations, 2009 (Minister of Advanced Education, Employment and Labour)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 335/2011 - Membership Changes to Adjudicators Designated to Hear Appeals from Wage Assessments Pursuant to The Labour Standards Act (subsection 62.4(2.1) (Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 541/2009 - The Minimum Wage Amendment Regulations, 2009 (Minister of Advanced Education, Employment and Labour)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 85/2013 - Membership Changes to Adjudicators Designated to Hear Appeals from Wage Assessments Pursuant to The Labour Standards Act (subsection 62.4(2.1) (Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 86/2012 - Membership Changes to Adjudicators Designated to Hear Appeals from Wage Assessments Pursuant to The Labour Standards Act (subsection 62.4(2.1) (Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  One Day's Rest in Seven Permit Application
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) This application requests for authorization to vary the rule that employees who work more than 20 hours per week get one day off per week (subsection 2-11).
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  Sample Parent/Guardian Consent Form for Young Workers
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) An employer must have written permission from a 14 or 15 year old worker's parent or guardian along with their YWRCC Certificate of Completion before they are hired. The consent of only one parent or guardian is required.
  Scheduling Variation Permit Application
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) This application requests for authorization to vary the rule that employees working more than 20 hours in a retail business with 10 or more employees get two consecutive days off per week.
  Service Leave Quick Reference Chart
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Saskatchewan has several employment leaves available. Service leave relates to any military leave or citizenship leave including reserve force, nomination/election leave, candidate/public office leave, and citizenship ceremony leave.
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  Two Day's Rest in Seven Permit Application
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) The Two Day’s Rest in Seven Permit allows employers to change the rules regarding their employees’ days off or “period of rest.”
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  Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course Guide and Workbook
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Fourteen and 15 year olds are required to complete the Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course before starting work in Saskatchewan.
  Youth Employment Permit Application
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) This application requests for authorization to vary the youth employment rules.
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