Labour Standards Complaint Processes and Services
Do you have a labour standards question or problem?
If you would like to talk to someone about a labour standards concern, call our toll-free number at 1.800.667.1783 or contact any one of the Labour Standards Division offices.
To learn more about labour standards in Saskatchewan, see the booklet In Related Documents below: Rights and Responsibilities: A Guide to Labour Standards in Saskatchewan or
Filing a Complaint
An employee may file either a formal or an anonymous complaint with the Labour Standards Division.
Use the formal complaint process if you wish to:
A formal complaint must be filled within one year of the last day that wages were payable. Any evidence (i.e., pay stubs, records of hours worked) provided will assist the Division with the investigation.
A completed Formal Complaint Form can be mailed or faxed to our Division as listed below.
Use the anonymous complaint process if you:
Employees who want to recover unpaid wages must file a formal complaint.
When an anonymous complaint is made, the Division will work with the employer to ensure that from this point on, the provisions of The Labour Standards Act and Regulations are followed in your workplace. Only written complaints with supporting evidence will be reviewed.
The completed Anonymous Complaint Form or an anonymous letter(See Related Docuemnts) can be mailed or faxed to Attention: Compliance and Review Unit (CRU) at the address listed below.
If you have a labour standards question or require further assistance, please contact:
Labour Standards Division:
Canada-Saskatchewan Rapid Response Teams offer individualized solutions for employers and workers dealing with production slow-downs and layoffs.
Information on prosecutions, convictions and acquittals under Saskatchewan's Labour Standards Act and Regulations and The Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations.
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