Regulations adopted under the Act respecting labour standards Regulation respecting personnel placement agencies and recruitment agencies for temporary foreign workers (chapter N-1.1, r. 0.1)
Regulation respecting personnel placement agencies and recruitment agencies for temporary foreign workers (chapter N-1.1, r. 0.1)
Chapter II - Licence (Sect. 4 to 26)
Before denying the renewal of a licence, the Commission must notify the prior notice prescribed by section 5 of the Act respecting administrative justice (chapter J-3) in writing to the licence holder, and give the licence holder at least 10 days to present observations.
Within 30 days following the end of the time period given to the licence holder to present observations, the Commission must render a decision in writing, with reasons, and specify, where applicable, the date from which the licence ceases to have effect.
On receiving a decision of the Commission informing the licence holder that the licence is not renewed, a personnel placement agency must inform every client enterprise with which it does business and all the employees assigned to the client enterprise, indicate to them the date from which its licence ceases to have effect and inform them that any measure or provision to prevent or restrict the hiring of an employee by a client enterprise becomes without effect.
O.C. 1148-2019, s. 17.