M-15.001 - Act respecting the Ministère de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale and the Commission des partenaires du marché du travail

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17. The function of the Commission is to take part in the development of government policies, strategic directions and measures in the areas of workforce and employment, in particular policies, strategic directions and measures aimed at facilitating a balance between workforce supply and demand in the labour market, and to participate in decisions relating to the measures and programs under the Minister’s authority in those areas. In that capacity, the Commission shall
(1)  define present and future workforce development needs in light of the realities of the labour market;
(1.1)  make recommendations for meeting labour market needs to the departments referred to in subparagraphs 2 to 5 of the third paragraph of section 21;
(2)  advise the Minister on the general objectives of labour market policy;
(3)  collaborate with the Minister in defining strategies and objectives in the areas of workforce and employment;
(4)  collaborate with the Minister in defining criteria governing the allocation of the overall funds made available for workforce and employment measures, programs and funds;
(5)  collaborate with the Minister in identifying target areas for public employment services;
(6)  examine the regional plans of action as regards workforce and employment submitted by the regional councils of labour market partners, and forward them to the Minister for approval, with the Commission’s recommendation;
(7)  examine every plan or proposal submitted to it on behalf of the construction industry in connection with workforce and employment;
(8)  collaborate with the Minister in preparing the annual plan of action referred to in section 3.1, monitor its application, periodically assess the results obtained and, as applicable, recommend corrective action to the Minister so that the objectives of the plan may be achieved.
The Commission shall have any other powers and duties assigned to it by the Act to promote workforce skills development and recognition (chapter D-8.3). It shall also be responsible for drafting a sectoral intervention policy that it must submit to the Minister for approval.
In addition, the Commission shall exercise the functions delegated to it under section 7.1.
1997, c. 63, s. 17; 2007, c. 3, s. 34, s. 72; 2016, c. 252016, c. 25, s. 12.
17. The function of the Commission is to take part in the development of government policies and measures in the areas of workforce and employment, and to participate in decisions concerning the implementation and management of workforce and employment measures and programs under the authority of the Minister, in particular as regards programming, plans of action and related operations. In that capacity, the Commission shall
(1)  define workforce development needs in light of the realities of the labour market;
(2)  advise the Minister on the general objectives of labour market policy;
(3)  collaborate with the Minister in defining strategies and objectives in the areas of workforce and employment;
(4)  determine criteria, in accordance with section 19, governing the allocation of the overall funds made available for workforce and employment measures, programs and funds;
(5)  identify target areas for public employment services;
(6)  examine the regional plans of action as regards workforce and employment submitted by the regional councils of labour market partners and approve them with or without amendment, after taking the advice of those councils into consideration;
(7)  examine every plan or proposal submitted to it on behalf of the construction industry in connection with workforce and employment;
(8)  enter with the Minister into the performance and accountability agreement described in section 31 regarding workforce training and employment, and prepare annually, jointly with the Minister, the plan of action referred to in section 32 and, during the period of application of the annual plan, monitor its application, assess periodically the results obtained and recommend corrective action so that the objectives of the plan may be achieved.
The Commission shall have any other powers and duties assigned to it by the Act to promote workforce skills development and recognition (chapter D-8.3). It shall also be responsible for drafting a sectoral intervention policy that it must submit to the Minister for approval.
In addition, the Commission shall exercise the functions delegated to it under section 7.1.
1997, c. 63, s. 17; 2007, c. 3, s. 34, s. 72.
17. The function of the Commission is to take part in the development of government policies and measures in the areas of manpower and employment, and to participate in decisions concerning the implementation and management of manpower and employment measures and programs under the authority of the Minister, in particular as regards programming, plans of action and related operations. In that capacity, the Commission shall
In force: 1998-01-01
(1)  define manpower development needs in light of the realities of the labour market;
In force: 1998-01-01
(2)  advise the Minister on the general objectives of labour market policy;
In force: 1998-01-01
(3)  collaborate with the Minister in defining strategies and objectives in the areas of manpower and employment;
In force: 1998-01-01
(4)  determine criteria, in accordance with section 19, governing the allocation of the overall funds made available for manpower and employment measures, programs and funds;
In force: 1998-01-01
(5)  identify target areas for public employment services;
In force: 1998-01-01
(6)  examine the regional plans of action as regards manpower and employment submitted by the regional councils of labour market partners and approve them with or without amendment, after taking the advice of those councils into consideration;
In force: 1998-01-01
(7)  examine every plan or proposal submitted to it on behalf of the construction industry in connection with manpower and employment;
(8)  enter into the management agreement referred to in section 31 with the Minister, and prepare annually, jointly with the Minister, the plan of action referred to in section 32 and, during the period of application of the annual plan, monitor its application, assess periodically the results obtained and recommend corrective action so that the objectives of the plan may be achieved.
In force: 1998-04-01
The Commission shall also have any other powers and duties assigned by the Act to foster the development of manpower training (chapter D‐7.1).
1997, c. 63, s. 17.