136. Firms employing one hundred or more persons must form a francization committee composed of six or more persons.
The francization committee shall analyse the language situation in the firm and make a report to the management of the firm for transmission to the Office. Where necessary, the committee shall devise a francization programme for the firm and supervise its implementation. Where a francization certificate is issued to the firm, the committee shall ensure that the use of French remains generalized at all levels of the firm according to the terms of section 141.
The francization committee may establish subcommittees to assist it in the carrying out of its tasks.
The francization committee shall meet not less than once every six months.
1977, c. 5, s. 136; 1983, c. 56, s. 28; 1993, c. 40, s. 49.