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Effective Friday, November 27th:

  • New guidance for performance and gaming venues, indoor public events, licensed establishments
  • Restrictions on team/group sports
  • Mandatory masking expansion
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Make a Formal Employment Standards Complaint

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.

* Required Field

Employee Information

Alternate Contact Person

Employer Information

If different from Employer's Address Above.

Employment History

Mileage, percentage of the load, commission, etc.
Please provide all relevant documents to your assigned officer upon receiving confirmation of your claim.

Regular Wages Complaint

Overtime Wages Complaint

Annual Vacation Pay Complaint

Public Holiday Pay Complaint

Pay Instead of Notice Complaint

Maternity / Parental / Adoption Complaint

Deductions from Wages Complaint

Illness / Injury Complaint

Other Complaint

Details of your Complaint

Employee Declaration

Please check each box as you agree with each declaration. All terms and conditions must be agreed upon in order to submit a claim. If you have any questions regarding the declaration, please contact the Employment Standards Division at 1-800-667-1783.

I certify the information submitted is true and complete to the best of my knowledge and I understand that any person who makes a false or misleading statement in this complaint form with the intent to deceive, is guilty of an offence under The Saskatchewan Employment Act.

I understand the Employment Standards Division may provide a complete copy of this complaint form to the employer about whom I am complaining. Any other information I provide, now and during the course of the investigation, may be shared with this employer.

I am not proceeding with any other action to secure payment for my claim.

I will inform the Employment Standards Division of any change to my address, phone number or email.

I will inform the Employment Standards Division of any payment or settlement I receive from the employer or any other source that applies to my claim.

I consent to the transfer of my complaint to another Canadian employment standards office if necessary.

I consent to the Employment Standards Division making wage collection efforts on my behalf, which may include obtaining and sharing information and representing my claim with trustees or receivers, including in situations involving the Federal Wage Earner Protection Program.

I consent to the collection of personal information as defined by The Freedom Of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for use and disclosure in matters pertaining to the investigation and resolution of my claim.

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