J-2 - Jurors Act

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47. In no case may an employer or his agent dismiss, suspend or transfer an employee, practise discrimination or take reprisals against him or impose any other sanction upon him on the ground that the latter is summoned or has acted as a juror.
Any contravention of this section, in addition to being an offence against this Act, authorizes an employee to assert his rights before the Administrative Labour Tribunal. The provisions applicable to a remedy relating to the exercise by an employee of a right arising out of the Labour Code (chapter C-27) apply, with the necessary modifications.
1977, c. 17, s. 11; 1980, c. 11, s. 62; 1984, c. 46, s. 21; 2001, c. 26, s. 131; 2015, c. 15, s. 168.
47. In no case may an employer or his agent dismiss, suspend or transfer an employee, practise discrimination or take reprisals against him or impose any other sanction upon him on the ground that the latter is summoned or has acted as a juror.
Any contravention of this section, in addition to being an offence against this Act, authorizes an employee to assert his rights before the Commission des relations du travail established by the Labour Code (chapter C-27). The provisions applicable to a remedy relating to the exercise by an employee of a right arising out of the Code apply, with the necessary modifications.
1977, c. 17, s. 11; 1980, c. 11, s. 62; 1984, c. 46, s. 21; 2001, c. 26, s. 131.
47. In no case may an employer or his agent dismiss, suspend or transfer an employee, practise discrimination or take reprisals against him or impose any other sanction upon him on the ground that the latter is summoned or has acted as a juror.
Any contravention of this section, in addition to being an offence against this Act, authorizes an employee to avail himself of his rights before a labour commissioner appointed under the Labour Code (chapter C-27) in the same manner as if it were a case of dismissal, suspension or transfer of an employee, of the practice of discrimination or the taking of reprisals against him or the imposition of any other sanction upon him by reason of the exercise by the employee of a right arising from the Labour Code. Sections 15 to 20, 118 to 137, 139, 139.1, 140, 146.1 and sections 150 to 152 of the Labour Code then apply, adapted as required.
1977, c. 17, s. 11; 1980, c. 11, s. 62; 1984, c. 46, s. 21.
47. In no case may an employer dismiss, suspend or transfer an employee or change his conditions of employment other than his remuneration on the ground that the latter is summoned or acts as a juror.
Any contravention of this section, in addition to being an offence against this act, authorizes an employee to avail himself of his rights before a labour commissioner appointed under the Labour Code (chapter C-27) in the same manner as if it were a case of dismissal, suspension or transfer by reason of the exercise by the employee of a right arising from the Labour Code. Sections 15 to 20, 118 to 137, 139, 140, 146.1 and sections 150 to 152 of the Labour Code then apply, mutatismutandis.
1977, c. 17, s. 11; 1980, c. 11, s. 62.
47. An employer is prohibited from dismissing, suspending or laying off an employee or changing his conditions of employment other than his remuneration, on the ground that the employee is summoned, or acts, as a juror.
1977, c. 17, s. 11.