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Interpersonal Violence and Employment Leaves

The government has established an inter-ministerial working group to identify if supports that are already provided by employers for victims of domestic and interpersonal violence are sufficient. They are requesting feedback as to whether there is a need for other supports, such as employment leaves, to assist victims as they leave these relationships. The working group will also identify if any changes to employment leaves would require changes to the legislation.  

The Ministry has invited input from representatives from labour and employer groups. Members of the general public are also welcome to submit their feedback.

This consultation will be done by the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety. The consultation will focus on leaves and other supports related to employment.

Providing Feedback

To provide feedback, please refer to the Consultation on Interpersonal Violence and Employment Leaves.

Please provide written comments by August 4, 2017 to: 

Mr. Mike Carr, Deputy Minister
Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety
300 - 1870 Albert Street
Regina, Saskatchewan  S4P 4W1

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