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Labour standards complaints

Workers may file a complaint under the Loi sur les normes du travail on a number of grounds.

Workers may file a complaint with the CNESST to claim unpaid wages or other amounts of money.
In the event of psychological or sexual harassment in the workplace, workers may file a complaint with the CNESST.
Workers may file a complaint with the CNESST if they believe their employer has changed their status without cause.
Workers may file a complaint if they believe they are the victim of sanctions, discriminatory measures or reprisals prohibited by law on the part of their employer.
A worker may file a complaint with the CNESST concerning a difference in their working conditions that is based on their hiring date.
Workers may file a complaint with the CNESST if they believe their employer has dismissed them without just cause.
You can file your complaint about labour standards using our online service. Take the time to educate yourself and write down all the information you feel is necessary before filing your complaint.