Act respecting labour standards Chapter V - Recourses (Section 98 to 135)
Chapter V - Recourses (Section 98 to 135)
Division I.1 - Recourse against prohibted practices (Section 121.1 to 123.5)
If the Administrative Labour Tribunal considers that the employee has been the victim of a prohibited distinction, it may render any decision it believes fair and reasonable, taking into account all the circumstances of the matter, including
- order that the distinction no longer be made;
- order that an employee be made a member of a pension plan, or make other employee benefits applicable to the employee; and
- order the employer to pay the employee an indemnity for the loss resulting from the distinction.