Québec

Quebec’s economy thrives in aerospace, technology, and manufacturing. The cost of living varies across urban areas but is generally moderate to high. Wages are typically average, with variations depending on the sector.

Quèbec Leave & Compensation

Sick Days: Employees who have completed 3 months of uninterrupted service […]

Checklist of Essential HR Policies for Québec

The policies every employer operating in Québec must have. What […]

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Parental Leave Compliance Game Plan

12 steps for complying with employment standards law parental leave requirements.

Payroll Deduction Authorization Form

PAYROLL DEDUCTION AUTHORIZATION FORM Employee Information: Employee Name: Employee ID: Department: [...]

CPP Changes Memo

CANADA PENSION PLAN Update To: All Employees From: [Your Name/Position] Date: [Date] Subject: [...]

Statutory Holidays – Know The Laws Of Your Province

Six of Canada’s 14 jurisdictions—Federal, BC, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Prince Edward [...]

2024 Statutory Holidays

Adjust your work schedules accordingly. Here’s a list of each jurisdiction’s statutory holidays in [...]

Regulating child labour in Quebec: History and a look forward to Bill 19

On March 28, 2023, Labour Minister Jean Boulet introduced Bill 19, An Act respecting the regulation [...]

Post-Employment References Policy

Here’s a post-employment references policy template that you can adapt with the help of your lawyer [...]

Quèbec Leave & Compensation

Sick Days: Employees who have completed 3 months of uninterrupted service may take up to 26 weeks [...]

Pay Transparency Policy

Pay transparency has become the hottest thing in new HR lawmaking. Even if not currently required [...]

2023 Minimum Wage Rates Across Canada

Minimum Wage Rates Across Canada, as of Oct 1, 2023 FEDERAL General Minimum Wage: $16.65 per hour [...]

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