If you believe The Saskatchewan Employment Act is not being followed, you can file a formal employment standards complaint.
The complaint could involve monetary issues such as not being paid overtime or vacation pay or not being paid correctly. It could also involve non-monetary issues such as not getting a work schedule or a pay stub or not being paid on time. If are unsure that your issue can be handled by Employment Standards, you can review the Rights and Responsibilities: A Guide to Employment Standards in Saskatchewan, or contact our call centre toll-free at 1-800-667-1783 (Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.).
You have one year from the last day that wages were paid to register a complaint with the Employment Standards Division.
Once you have submitted your complaint, you will hear back from the Employment Standards Division within two business days including information related to the investigation process as well as the name of the officer assigned to your complaint.
To submit a complaint, use the following online formal complaint form. Please include as much information as possible to help with your complaint. You will also be asked to provide all relevant documents to your assigned officer once your complaint has been received.
Please note: if you use any of the following symbols, it will cause an error with your application: & < > ‘ / \ - # = % ; “
Please use “and” instead of “&” and omit the other symbols. When an Employment Standards officer contacts you, you can let them know of any changes you need to make.
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