The Saskatchewan Employment Act is a modern and innovative Act that restructures existing provisions, eliminates inconsistencies and more accurately reflects contemporary employment relationships. The intent of the law is to protect the health and safety of Saskatchewan workers, ensure minimum standards of employment, improve compliance with regulatory standards, and ensure effective enforcement of labour laws in the province.
Learn more about the proposed amendments to Essential Services legislation.
Information on all of the changes within The Saskatchewan Employment Act. Find information for employers, managers, supervisors, and employees pertaining to the new legislation.
The Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review held public consultations for individuals and organizations to provide feedback and make suggestions on improvements or reform of The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013, the regulations and the administration of the Act and regulations. Find the final report and recommendations.