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  Anonymous Compliant Form
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Anonymous complaints can be filed by anyone including an employee or a third party such as a parent, friend, or a member of the community. The anonymous complaint process best meets the needs employees who are and want to remain employed with an employer, and want a workplace employment standards issue addressed and corrected. A complaint can involve monetary or non-monetary issues. Written complaints with some supporting evidence are preferred.
  Authorization to Move a Public Holiday Permit
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) The Authorization to Move a Public Holiday Permit allows employers to move a public holiday to another day. Section 2-31(b)(ii) of The Saskatchewan Employment Act outlines the requirements that allow these arrangements.
  Averaging of Hours Permit
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) The Averaging of Hours Permit allows employers to condense employee work time for shift cycles requiring a longer day or a longer period of averaging, than allowed in a Modified Work Arrangement. Section 2-20 of The Saskatchewan Employment Act outlines the requirements that allow these permits. This permit requires the support of a majority of the employees.
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  Cours du Certificat de préparation des jeunes travailleurs - Guide et cahier d’exercices
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Si vous êtes un jeune travailleur ou une jeune travailleuse sans expérience, vous êtes plus susceptible de vous blesser au travail et d’avoir du mal à recevoir la rémunération à laquelle vous avez droit que les travailleurs chevronnés. Le Cours du Certificat de préparation des jeunes travailleurs (YWRCC) vous permettra d’apprendre les notions de base concernant les droits et les responsabilités des travailleurs et des employeurs en matière de santé, de sécurité et d’équité au travail. Il renferme les renseignements importants que vous devez connaître avant d’accéder au marché du travail.
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  Employment Leaves Quick Reference - Family
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Saskatchewan has several different types of family leave available including maternity, adoption, parental, bereavement, and crime related child death or disappearance.
  Employment Leaves Quick Reference - Maternity Adoption Parental
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Saskatchewan has several different types of family leave available including maternity, adoption, parental, bereavement, and crime related child death or disappearance.
  Employment Leaves Quick Reference - Medical
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) 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.
  Employment Leaves Quick Reference - Service
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Service leave relates to any military leave or citizenship leave. This includes reserve force, nomination/election leave, candidate/public office leave, and citizenship ceremony leave.
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  Formal Complaint Form
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) A formal complaint process should be used if: - You would like to request the Employment Standards Division to conduct an investigation into a specific employment standard concern; - You need help to recover unpaid wages; or - You have a non-monetary concern, such as not receiving a work schedule or alleged discriminatory actions. A formal complaint is typically filed by the employee making the complaint.
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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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  Minimum Wage Board Report on Indexation 2011
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) Report by the Saskatchewan Minimum Wage Board of its review on indexing Saskatchewan's minimum wage.
  Modified Work Arrangement Template
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) A MWA is an agreement between the employer, and an employee or a group of employees, that allows you to compress work time in one, two, three or four week cycles. In return, employees get longer periods of time off from work.
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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 Days Rest in Seven Permit
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) The One Day’s Rest in Seven Permit allows employees who work more than 20 hours per week to come to an agreement with their employer regarding their days off or "period of rest". The “period of rest” rules in The Saskatchewan Employment Act require employers to provide a certain number of days of rest per week depending on the type of industry, the number of employees, and the amount of time an employee works per week. Subsection 2-11 of The Saskatchewan Employment Act outlines the requirements that allow these arrangements.
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  Rights and Responsibilities - A Guide to Employment Standards In Saskatchewan 2017
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) An overview of Saskatchewan's employment standards legislation under The Saskatchewan Employment Act for employers and employees.
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  Scheduling Variation Permit
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) The Scheduling Variation Permit allows employers to vary the requirement to post a work schedule or a change to the work schedule. Section 2-11 of The Saskatchewan Employment Act outlines the requirements that allow these arrangements.
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  Time Bank Agreement Template
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) For every hour of overtime worked, 1.5 hours must be banked. All employees can request an overtime bank, including those working fewer than 30 hours per week. All overtime bank agreements must be: - In writing; - Agreed to, and signed by, both employer and employee; and - Retained by the employer, with a copy going to the employee.
  Two Days Rest in Seven Permit
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) The Two Days’ Rest in Seven Permit allows employees who work more than 20 hours per week in the retail industry to change the rules regarding their days off or "period of rest". The "period of rest" rules in The Saskatchewan Employment Act require employers to provide a certain number of days of rest per week depending on the type of industry, the number of employees, and the amount of time an employee works per week. Section 2-13(5) of The Saskatchewan Employment Act outlines the requirements that allow these arrangements.
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  Youth Employment Permit
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) The Authorization to Vary Youth Employment Rules Permit allows the youth employment rules to be varied only if the parent, employer, and youth all agree to the application and the Executive Director of Employment Standards approves it.
  YWRCC Guide and Workbook
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) As an inexperienced young worker, you are more likely to get hurt on the job and have problems being paid properly than more experienced workers. The Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course (YWRCC) will teach you the basics about workers’ and employers’ rights and responsibilities for health, safety and fairness in the workplace. It contains important information you need to know before entering the job market.
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