R-20 - Act respecting labour relations, vocational training and workforce management in the construction industry

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113.2. Any person who uses intimidation or threats that are reasonably likely to compel an employer to make a decision regarding workforce management in the construction industry or to prevent the employer from making such a decision, or otherwise imposes such a decision is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $1,622 to $16,183.
For any subsequent conviction, the fines are doubled.
Any act listed or described in the second paragraph of section 101 constitutes a decision regarding workforce management.
2011, c. 30, s. 59; 2018, c. 122018, c. 12, s. 16.
See notice of indexation; (2020) 152 G.O. 1, 857.
113.2. Any person who uses intimidation or threats that are reasonably likely to compel an employer to make a decision regarding workforce management in the construction industry or to prevent the employer from making such a decision, or otherwise imposes such a decision is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $1,605 to $16,016.
For any subsequent conviction, the fines are doubled.
Any act listed or described in the second paragraph of section 101 constitutes a decision regarding workforce management.
2011, c. 30, s. 59; 2018, c. 122018, c. 12, s. 16.
See notice of indexation; (2019) 151 G.O. 1, 757.
113.2. Any person who uses intimidation or threats that are reasonably likely to compel an employer to make a decision regarding workforce management in the construction industry or to prevent the employer from making such a decision, or otherwise imposes such a decision is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $1,575 to $15,713.
For any subsequent conviction, the fines are doubled.
Any act listed or described in the second paragraph of section 101 constitutes a decision regarding workforce management.
2011, c. 30, s. 59; 2018, c. 122018, c. 12, s. 16.
See notice of indexation; (2018) 150 G.O. 1, 779.
113.2. Any person who uses intimidation or threats that are reasonably likely to compel an employer to make a decision regarding workforce management in the construction industry or to prevent the employer from making such a decision, or otherwise imposes such a decision is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $1,541 to $15,373.
For any subsequent conviction, the fines are doubled.
Any act listed or described in the second paragraph of section 101 constitutes a decision regarding workforce management.
2011, c. 30, s. 59; 2018, c. 122018, c. 12, s. 16.
See notice of indexation; (2017) 149 G.O. 1, 1213.
113.2. Any person who requires an employer to hire specific employees or a specific number of employees is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $1,541 to $15,373.
For any subsequent conviction, the fines are doubled.
2011, c. 30, s. 59.
See notice of indexation; (2017) 149 G.O. 1, 1213.
113.2. Any person who requires an employer to hire specific employees or a specific number of employees is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $1,518 to $15,146.
For any subsequent conviction, the fines are doubled.
2011, c. 30, s. 59.
See notice of indexation; (2016) 148 G.O. 1, 1180.
113.2. Any person who requires an employer to hire specific employees or a specific number of employees is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $1,497 to $14,935.
For any subsequent conviction, the fines are doubled.
2011, c. 30, s. 59.
See notice of indexation; (2015) 147 G.O. 1, 1143.
113.2. Any person who requires an employer to hire specific employees or a specific number of employees is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $1,478 to $14,748.
For any subsequent conviction, the fines are doubled.
2011, c. 30, s. 59.
See notice of indexation; (2014) 146 G.O. 1, 1151.
113.2. Any person who requires an employer to hire specific employees or a specific number of employees is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $1,454 to $14,507.
For any subsequent conviction, the fines are doubled.
2011, c. 30, s. 59.
See notice of indexation; (2013) 145 G.O. 1, 1242.
113.2. Any person who requires an employer to hire specific employees or a specific number of employees is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $1,440 to $14,372.
For any subsequent conviction, the fines are doubled.
2011, c. 30, s. 59.