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/prevention-and-safety/milieu-travail-sain-en/harassment-workplace/psychological-or-sexual-harassment-employers

Employers have a duty to prevent psychological or sexual harassment in their company.

/working-conditions/leave

List of types of leave that can be granted to workers.

/working-conditions/leave/family-related-leave/adoption-or-birth/parental-leave

Parents of a newborn or a person who adopts a child are entitled to parental leave without pay of up to 65 weeks.

/working-conditions/leave/family-related-leave/adoption-or-birth/maternity-leave

In order to care for her unborn child, a pregnant worker is entitled to maternity leave without pay for 18 consecutive weeks.

/working-conditions/leave/family-related-leave/adoption-or-birth/paternity-leave

Upon the birth of his child, a worker is entitled to 5 consecutive weeks of paternity leave without pay.

/working-conditions/leave/family-related-leave/adoption-or-birth/five-day-leave

Both parents (biological or adoptive) may be absent from work for 5 days, the first 2 days of which are paid, for the birth or adoption of a child.

/working-conditions/leave/family-related-leave/adoption-or-birth/special-maternity-leave

In the event of a high-risk pregnancy that requires leave, a pregnant worker may be entitled to special maternity leave.

/working-conditions/leave/specific-situations/leave-reservists

Reservists may be absent from work, without pay, to conduct operations in Canada or abroad.

/forms-and-publications/2022-lets-talk-insurance-0

​This publication describes the CNESST’s rate structure, explains how the average premium rate is established and describes the CNESST’s role in occupational health and safety matters.​