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Top 5 Downloaded Publications
  • Rights and Responsibilities - A Guide to Employment Standards In Saskatchewan 2017
    An overview of Saskatchewan's employment standards legislation under The Saskatchewan Employment Act for employers and employees.
  • FWRISA Licensed Immigration Consultants
    The list identifies all the individuals who are authorized under The Foreign Worker Recruitment and Immigration Services Act (Act) to provide immigration consulting services to foreign nationals coming to Saskatchewan. The list includes Licensees, individuals who have met all licensing requirements and posted $20,000 in financial security which can be used to compensate individuals who have incurred a financial loss as a result of a violation of the Act by a recruiter or immigration consultant.
  • FWRISA Licensed Foreign Worker Recruiters
    The list identifies all the individuals who are authorized under The Foreign Worker Recruitment and Immigration Services Act (Act) to provide foreign worker recruiting services to foreign nationals coming to Saskatchewan. The list includes licensees, individuals have met all licensing requirements and posted $20,000 in financial security which can be used to compensate individuals who have incurred a financial loss as a result of a violation of the Act by a recruiter or immigration consultant.
  • Time Bank Agreement Template
    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.
  • Averaging of Hours Permit
    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.