Skip to main content

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)

Section 22

In addition to the obligations provided for in this Division that apply to any licence, the licence holder of a personnel placement agency licence must(1)  give the employee assigned to a client enterprise, at the time of assignment,

(a)  a document describing the working conditions that apply to the employee, including the wage offered, and specifying the name and contact information of the client enterprise; and

(b)  the information documents made available to the Commission concerning employees’ rights and employers’ obligations in respect of labour;

(2)  keep, for at least 6 years, the contracts entered into with each client enterprise and corresponding invoices; and

(3)  keep, for at least 6 years, for each employee assigned to a client enterprise, the information on the total number of hours of work per day and per week, and the name and contact information of the client enterprise concerned.

A licence holder must remind the client enterprise to which it assigns employees, the obligations in occupational health and safety imposed under section 51 of the Act respecting occupational health and safety (chapter S-2.1) to an employer or the person who, without being an employer, uses within the meaning of section 51.1 of that Act the services of a worker for its establishment.

O.C. 1148-2019, s. 22.