Do you need to contact the Labour Board or the Labour Standards Division?
Knowing where to go for help concerning your particular situation can be confusing. Often the Labour Board receives questions from the public that should be directed to the Labour Standards Division. The information below may help you get the answers to your questions:
If you belong to a trade union, you should first contact your union for assistance and information.
If you do not belong to a trade union, you will need to contact the Labour Standards Division.
The Labour Standards Division deals with employment rights related to hours of work and breaks, deductions from pay, minimum wage, vacation pay, holiday pay, overtime, etc. If you wish to file a complaint, please visit their website for information on the complaint filing process.
You can also contact the Labour Standards Division as follows:
The Labour Board is conducting a review of its policy on casual employees. Should you have an interest, we encourage you to participate in this review by responding (in writing) to questions set out in a Discussion Document – A Review of the Labour Board’s Policy on Casual Employees. The Board is seeking input on whether the Board’s 1995 policy decision to exclude “casuals” from bargaining units is still appropriate. Your input is important and we thank you in advance for participating in this review. The Board encourages you to share this Discussion Document with anyone you think may have an interest in this subject. January 31, 2018 is the deadline date to respond.