Labour Relations and Workplace Safety Minister Don Morgan reminds Saskatchewan youth aged 14 and 15 looking for summer employment that they must complete Saskatchewan’s Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course (YWRCC) to secure a job.Read More
Dublin’s Irish Pub Ltd. of Saskatoon has been found guilty of one charge under Saskatchewan’s Labour Standards Act for failing to provide records. The corporation was fined $560 in Saskatoon Provincial Court on May 16.Read More
Cactus Roofing of Saskatoon, has pleaded guilty to six counts under the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act, 1993 for failure to utilize a fall protection system, failure to use appropriate footwear, failure to use appropriate protective headwear and failure to ensure a portable ladder is secured during use.Read More
101008494 Saskatchewan Ltd, operating as Venice House Restaurant in North Battleford, was found guilty of two charges under The Labour Standards Act in North Battleford Provincial Court on May 6.Read More
The Saskatchewan Employment Act (Bill 85) today passed third and final reading in the Legislative Assembly. The Act consolidates 12 pieces of labour legislation into one updated and comprehensive Act that protects workers, promotes growth and increases accountability.Read More
The Government of Saskatchewan has passed The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2012, which amends existing workers’ compensation legislation to improve client service, fairness, efficiency and accountability.Read More
Saskatchewan is poised to become the first province in Canada to require mandatory reporting of public buildings that are known to contain asbestos.Read More
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