Top 5 Downloaded Publications
- Rights and Responsibilities: A Guide to Employment Standards in Saskatchewan Under The Saskatchewan Employment Act
An overview of Saskatchewan's employment standards legislation under The Saskatchewan Employment Act for employers and employees.
- The Farm Safety Guide
This guide provides advice about training, clarifies employer and worker roles and responsibilities and identifies workplace hazards on the farm.
- Formal Employment Standards Complaint Form
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.
- Averaging of Hours Permit Application
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).
- Anonymous Employment Standards Complaint Form
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.