Information on employment standards and workplace rights and responsibilities for Saskatchewan employers and employees. Information on Saskatchewan legislative acts and regulations pertaining to employment and labour.
Information on employment standards complaints including how to file a complaint, employer’s responsibilities and summaries of all employment standard enforcement outcomes from the current year and archives of previous years.
Information on minimum wage, reporting for duty pay, and payroll administration and record keeping requirements.
Information on work schedules including hours of work and information on breaks. Learn about modified work arrangements and permits that employers can apply for to vary certain employment standards.
Information on overtime including when overtime is to be paid, overtime banks, exemptions and specials rules for overtime.
All eligible full-time, part-time, casual, temporary, and seasonal employees (including those who have not worked a full year with the same employer) receive vacation pay. Learn more about vacation entitlements.
Information on Saskatchewan’s 10 public holidays including when they are, how you should be paid, and special overtime rules.
Learn about the different employment leaves available in Saskatchewan including leaves pertaining to family, medical, service, interpersonal violence and public health emergency.
The Saskatchewan Employment Act provides unpaid job protection to employees who are absent from work due to their own illness or injury or because of the illness or injury of a family member.
Information about layoffs and termination including required notice, pay instead of notice and group termination.
Information on employment standards that is industry specific. Information for agricultural employees, independent contractors, care providers, sitters, retail industry, restaurant industry and more.
The Saskatchewan Employment Act outlines that job seekers are not to pay fees to find or get employment.
Learn about the online Employment Standards webinars available to employers and employees. Find the full list of topics and registration information.
Learn about your responsibilities as an employer under The Foreign Worker Recruitment and Immigration Services Act (FWRISA).
Learn about programs targeted to young workers to increase awareness and understanding of what constitutes a safe, healthy, productive and respectful workplace.