N-1.1 - Act respecting labour standards

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89. The Government, by regulation, may fix labour standards respecting the following matters:
(1)  the minimum wage, which may be established on a time basis, a production basis or any other basis;
(2)  pay sheets;
(3)  the maximum amount that may be required of an employee for bed and board;
(4)  the standard workweek of employees, particularly that of
(a)  (subparagraph repealed);
(b)  various classes of caretakers;
(c)  employees engaged in the retail food trade;
(d)  employees engaged in logging operations;
(e)  employees working in saw mills;
(f)  employees working at public works;
(g)  employees working in an isolated area that is inaccessible by motor road and not connected up to the road network of Québec by any regular transport system;
(h)  various categories of workers carrying out work in the James Bay territory under the authority of Hydro-Québec, the Société d’énergie de la Baie James or the Société de développement de la Baie James;
(i)  the categories of employees listed in subparagraphs 2, 6 and 7 of the first paragraph of section 54;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  the other benefits an employee may receive during an absence owing to sickness, an organ or tissue donation for transplant, an accident or a criminal offence, a maternity, paternity or parental leave, which may vary according to the nature of the leave or, where applicable, its length;
(6.1)  the cases in which and conditions on which a parental leave may terminate at the latest 104 weeks after the birth or, in the case of adoption, 104 weeks after the child was entrusted to the employee;
(6.1.1)  the other cases, conditions, times and durations prescribed for the division of a maternity, paternity or parental leave into weeks;
(6.2)  the procedure for transmission of the notice of collective dismissal and the information it must contain;
(6.3)  the amount of the employer’s financial contribution to the operating costs of the reclassification assistance committee and to the reclassification activities;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  (paragraph repealed).
1979, c. 45, s. 89; 1980, c. 11, s. 127; 1981, c. 23, s. 56; 1990, c. 73, s. 40; 2002, c. 80, s. 57; 2005, c. 13, s. 87; 2007, c. 36, s. 13; 2010, c. 38, s. 8.
89. The Government, by regulation, may fix labour standards respecting the following matters:
(1)  the minimum wage, which may be established on a time basis, a production basis or any other basis;
(2)  pay sheets;
(3)  the maximum amount that may be required of an employee for bed and board;
(4)  the standard workweek of employees, particularly that of
(a)  (subparagraph repealed);
(b)  various classes of caretakers;
(c)  employees engaged in the retail food trade;
(d)  employees engaged in logging operations;
(e)  employees working in saw mills;
(f)  employees working at public works;
(g)  employees working in an isolated area that is inaccessible by motor road and not connected up to the road network of Québec by any regular transport system;
(h)  various categories of workers carrying out work in the James Bay territory under the authority of Hydro-Québec, the Société d’énergie de la Baie James or the Société de développement de la Baie James;
(i)  the categories of employees listed in subparagraphs 2, 6 and 7 of the first paragraph of section 54;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  the other benefits an employee may receive during an absence owing to sickness, accident or a criminal offence, a maternity, paternity or parental leave, which may vary according to the nature of the leave or, where applicable, its length;
(6.1)  the cases in which and conditions on which a parental leave may terminate at the latest 104 weeks after the birth or, in the case of adoption, 104 weeks after the child was entrusted to the employee;
(6.1.1)  the other cases, conditions, times and durations prescribed for the division of a maternity, paternity or parental leave into weeks;
(6.2)  the procedure for transmission of the notice of collective dismissal and the information it must contain;
(6.3)  the amount of the employer’s financial contribution to the operating costs of the reclassification assistance committee and to the reclassification activities;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  (paragraph repealed).
1979, c. 45, s. 89; 1980, c. 11, s. 127; 1981, c. 23, s. 56; 1990, c. 73, s. 40; 2002, c. 80, s. 57; 2005, c. 13, s. 87; 2007, c. 36, s. 13.
89. The Government, by regulation, may fix labour standards respecting the following matters:
(1)  the minimum wage, which may be established on a time basis, a production basis or any other basis;
(2)  pay sheets;
(3)  the maximum amount that may be required of an employee for bed and board;
(4)  the standard workweek of employees, particularly that of
(a)  (subparagraph repealed);
(b)  various classes of caretakers;
(c)  employees engaged in the retail food trade;
(d)  employees engaged in logging operations;
(e)  employees working in saw mills;
(f)  employees working at public works;
(g)  employees working in an isolated area that is inaccessible by motor road and not connected up to the road network of Québec by any regular transport system;
(h)  various categories of workers carrying out work in the James Bay territory under the authority of Hydro-Québec, the Société d’énergie de la Baie James or the Société de développement de la Baie James;
(i)  the categories of employees listed in subparagraphs 2, 6 and 7 of the first paragraph of section 54;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  the other benefits an employee may receive during an absence owing to sickness or accident, a maternity, paternity or parental leave, which may vary according to the nature of the leave or, where applicable, its length;
(6.1)  the cases in which and conditions on which a parental leave may terminate at the latest 104 weeks after the birth or, in the case of adoption, 104 weeks after the child was entrusted to the employee;
(6.1.1)  the other cases, conditions, times and durations prescribed for the division of a maternity, paternity or parental leave into weeks;
(6.2)  the procedure for transmission of the notice of collective dismissal and the information it must contain;
(6.3)  the amount of the employer’s financial contribution to the operating costs of the reclassification assistance committee and to the reclassification activities;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  (paragraph repealed).
1979, c. 45, s. 89; 1980, c. 11, s. 127; 1981, c. 23, s. 56; 1990, c. 73, s. 40; 2002, c. 80, s. 57; 2005, c. 13, s. 87.
89. The Government, by regulation, may fix labour standards respecting the following matters:
(1)  the minimum wage, which may be established on a time basis, a production basis or any other basis;
(2)  pay sheets;
(3)  the maximum amount that may be required of an employee for bed and board;
(4)  the standard workweek of employees, particularly that of
(a)  (subparagraph repealed);
(b)  various classes of caretakers;
(c)  employees engaged in the retail food trade;
(d)  employees engaged in logging operations;
(e)  employees working in saw mills;
(f)  employees working at public works;
(g)  employees working in an isolated area that is inaccessible by motor road and not connected up to the road network of Québec by any regular transport system;
(h)  various categories of workers carrying out work in the James Bay territory under the authority of Hydro-Québec, the Société d’énergie de la Baie James or the Société de développement de la Baie James;
(i)  the categories of employees listed in subparagraphs 2, 6 and 7 of the first paragraph of section 54;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  the other benefits an employee may receive during an absence owing to sickness or accident, a maternity, paternity or parental leave, which may vary according to the nature of the leave or, where applicable, its length;
In force: 2006-01-01
(6.1)  the cases in which and conditions on which a parental leave may terminate at the latest 104 weeks after the birth or, in the case of adoption, 104 weeks after the child was entrusted to the employee;
(6.2)  the procedure for transmission of the notice of collective dismissal and the information it must contain;
(6.3)  the amount of the employer’s financial contribution to the operating costs of the reclassification assistance committee and to the reclassification activities;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  (paragraph repealed).
1979, c. 45, s. 89; 1980, c. 11, s. 127; 1981, c. 23, s. 56; 1990, c. 73, s. 40; 2002, c. 80, s. 57.
Paragraph 6 of this section, insofar as it concerns paternity leave, comes into force on 1 January 2006. (2002, c. 80, s. 88; Order in Council 984-2005 dated 19 October 2005, (2005) 137 G.O. 2, 4729).
89. The Government, by regulation, may fix labour standards respecting the following matters:
(1)  the minimum wage, which may be established on a time basis, a production basis or any other basis;
(2)  pay sheets;
(3)  the maximum amount that may be required of an employee for bed and board;
(4)  the standard workweek of employees, particularly that of
(a)  domestics;
(b)  various classes of caretakers;
(c)  employees engaged in the retail food trade;
(d)  employees engaged in logging operations;
(e)  employees working in saw mills;
(f)  employees working at public works;
(g)  employees working in an isolated area that is inaccessible by motor road and not connected up to the road network of Québec by any regular transport system;
(h)  various categories of workers carrying out work in the James Bay territory under the authority of Hydro-Québec, the Société d’énergie de la Baie James or the Société de développement de la Baie James;
In force: 1991-04-01
(i)  the categories of employees listed in subparagraphs 2 and 5 to 8 of the first paragraph of section 54;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  the duration of the maternity leave or, where applicable, any extension thereof, the time at which it may be taken, the notices that must be given and the other conditions applicable in the circumstances described in section 81.7, together with the benefits an employee may receive during a maternity leave or parental leave;
(7)  various premiums, indemnities and allowances;
(8)  tools, showers, cloakrooms and rest areas.
1979, c. 45, s. 89; 1980, c. 11, s. 127; 1981, c. 23, s. 56; 1990, c. 73, s. 40.
89. The Government, by regulation, may fix labour standards respecting the following matters:
(1)  the minimum wage, which may be established on a time basis, a production basis or any other basis;
(2)  pay sheets;
(3)  the maximum amount that may be required of an employee for bed and board;
(4)  the standard workweek of employees, particularly that of
(a)  domestics;
(b)  various classes of caretakers;
(c)  employees engaged in the retail food trade;
(d)  employees engaged in logging operations;
(e)  employees working in saw mills;
(f)  employees working at public works;
(g)  employees working in an isolated area that is inaccessible by motor road and not connected up to the road network of Québec by any regular transport system;
(h)  various categories of workers carrying out work in the James Bay territory under the authority of Hydro-Québec, the Société d’énergie de la Baie James or the Société de développement de la Baie James;
(5)  statutory general holidays with pay;
(6)  the right to a maternity leave and, as the case may be, the indemnity attached to such leave, the terms and conditions of application, the duration and distribution of such leave and, generally, the rights and benefits granted to a pregnant employee where she is or is deemed to be at work;
(7)  various premiums, indemnities and allowances;
(8)  tools, showers, cloakrooms and rest areas.
1979, c. 45, s. 89; 1980, c. 11, s. 127; 1981, c. 23, s. 56.
89. The Government, by regulation, may fix labour standards respecting the following matters:
(1)  the minimum wage, which may be established on a time basis, a production basis or any other basis;
(2)  pay sheets;
(3)  the maximum amount that may be required of an employee for bed and board;
(4)  the standard workweek of employees, particularly that of
(a)  domestics;
(b)  various classes of caretakers;
(c)  employees engaged in the retail food trade;
(d)  employees engaged in logging operations;
(e)  employees working in saw mills;
(f)  employees working at public works;
(g)  employees working in isolated areas that are inaccessible by motor roads forming part of the road network of Québec;
(h)  various categories of workers carrying out work in the James Bay territory under the authority of Hydro-Québec, the Société d’énergie de la Baie James or the Société de développement de la Baie James;
(5)  statutory general holidays with pay;
(6)  the right to a maternity leave and, as the case may be, the indemnity attached to such leave, the terms and conditions of application, the duration and distribution of such leave and, generally, the rights and benefits granted to a pregnant employee where she is or is deemed to be at work;
(7)  various premiums, indemnities and allowances;
(8)  tools, showers, cloakrooms and rest areas.
1979, c. 45, s. 89; 1980, c. 11, s. 127.
89. The Government, by regulation, may fix labour standards respecting the following matters:
(1)  the minimum wage, which may be established on a time basis, a production basis or any other basis;
(2)  pay sheets;
(3)  the maximum amount that may be required of an employee for bed and board;
(4)  the standard workweek of employees, particularly that of
(a)  domestics;
(b)  various classes of caretakers;
(c)  employees engaged in the retail food trade;
(d)  employees engaged in logging operations;
(e)  employees working in saw mills;
(f)  employees working at public works;
(g)  employees working in isolated areas that are inaccessible by motor roads forming part of the road network of Québec;
(h)  various categories of workers carrying out work in the territory described in the James Bay Region Development Act (chapter D-8) under the authority of the Société de développement de la Baie James;
(5)  statutory general holidays with pay;
(6)  the right to a maternity leave and, as the case may be, the indemnity attached to such leave, the terms and conditions of application, the duration and distribution of such leave and, generally, the rights and benefits granted to a pregnant employee where she is or is deemed to be at work;
(7)  various premiums, indemnities and allowances;
(8)  tools, showers, cloakrooms and rest areas.
1979, c. 45, s. 89.