N-1.1 - Act respecting labour standards

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102. Subject to sections 123 and 123.1, an employee who believes that one of his rights under this Act or a regulation has been violated may file a complaint in writing with the Commission. Such a complaint may also be filed on behalf of an employee who consents thereto in writing by a non-profit organization dedicated to the defence of employees’ rights.
If an employee is subject to a collective agreement or a decree, the complainant must then prove to the Commission that he has exhausted his recourses arising out of that agreement or that decree, unless the complaint concerns a condition of employment prohibited by section 87.1; in the latter case, the complainant must prove to the Commission that he has not exercised such recourses or that, having exercised them, he discontinued proceedings before a final decision was rendered.
1979, c. 45, s. 102; 1982, c. 12, s. 4; 1990, c. 73, s. 45; 1999, c. 85, s. 3.
102. Subject to sections 123 and 123.1, an employee who believes that one of his rights under this Act or a regulation has been violated may file a complaint in writing with the Commission. Such a complaint may also be filed on behalf of an employee who consents thereto in writing by a non-profit organization dedicated to the defence of employees’ rights.
If an employee is subject to a collective agreement or a decree, the complainant must then prove to the Commission that he has exhausted his recourses arising out of that agreement or that decree.
1979, c. 45, s. 102; 1982, c. 12, s. 4; 1990, c. 73, s. 45.
102. Subject to sections 123 and 123.1, an employee who believes that one of his rights under this Act or a regulation has been violated may file a complaint in writing with the Commission.
If an employee is subject to a collective agreement or a decree, he must then prove to the Commission that he has exhausted his recourses arising out of that agreement or that decree.
1979, c. 45, s. 102; 1982, c. 12, s. 4.
102. Subject to section 123, an employee who believes that one of his rights under this act or a regulation has been violated may present a complaint in writing to the Commission.
If an employee is subject to a collective agreement or a decree, he must then prove to the Commission that he has exhausted his recourses arising out of that agreement or that decree.
1979, c. 45, s. 102.