50.2. Where the employment offered requires that the foreign national have a skill level lower than “B” within the meaning of the National Occupational Classification, and where the period of temporary stay in Québec for work purposes is more than 30 days, that employment must also be accompanied by a written employment contract with the employer. The contract must contain the following:
(a) the duration of the contract, the place where the foreign national will be employed, a description of the foreign national’s duties, hourly wage, work schedule, vacation and holidays, the deadlines the foreign national and the employer must meet with respect to any notice of resignation or termination of contract, an undertaking on the part of the employer to pay the fees prescribed by law and, in the case of a live-in caregiver who does not understand or speak French, to facilitate the foreign national’s access to French courses, outside working hours;
(b) a provision stipulating that the standards set forth in the Act respecting labour standards (chapter N-1.1) with respect to the terms and conditions of wage payment, the computation of overtime, mealtimes, statutory general holidays, family or parental leave and absences, absences owing to sickness, accident or a criminal offence, the indemnities and recourses provided for in that Act are applicable to the foreign national to the extent provided by that Act;
(c) an undertaking on the part of the employer to pay the contributions necessary for the employee to benefit from the protection under the Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases (chapter A-3.001) to the extent provided by that Act; and
(d) if applicable, the social benefits offered, such as health and hospital insurance, the conditions of the foreign national’s residence offered by the employer and the terms and conditions of payment by the employer of the foreign national’s travel costs for a round trip between the country of residence and the place of employment.