If you feel you have a Labour Standards complaint, contact us by phone or email, or drop in to one of our offices. Our officers will give you information that can help you decide whether or not to file a complaint. If you decide to file a complaint, our officers will send you a complaint form by fax or by mail, or you can pick one up from our offices.
Example: 2 weeks' pay instead of notice:
October 6, 2003-October 10, 2003 $300.00
October 13, 2003-October 17, 2003 + $300.00
You can return the complaint form to Labour Standards by fax, by mail, or by dropping it off to one of our offices. We must receive your Complaint Form within 6 months of the incident happening. If you are faxing, please remember to fax both sides of the form.
Always keep documents such as pay stubs, cheques, work schedules, letters of termination, employment contracts, and other records.
Give us as much information as you can. This helps our officers when they look into your complaint.
When you attach documents, give us copies only. Do not give us originals.
File your complaint in plenty of time. Remember, we must receive your complaint no later than 6 months after the incident happened.
In some cases you can make an anonymous complaint. If you think you have a reason for keeping your identity unknown, talk to us about it. We can explain what we can and cannot do without your name.