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Our Services

1. Telephone information Service
2. Legal Training for Community organisers and Union representatives

 

1. Telephone Information Service / Hotline

Did your employer recently fire you? Are you experiencing harassment by a colleague? Does your boss refuse to pay for your overtime? Are you living in a difficult situation at work and you wish to know what  your rights are and how to resolve your problem?

Call us: We can help you! 514 270-7878

Our telephone service is free and confidential. We can inform you of your rights at the workplace and of the possible remedies at your disposal, especially those contained in the Act Respecting Labour Standards.

 

Regular Hours * (September to June) Summer Schedule (from June 27th to September 1st, 2016)
Monday: 1:30 pm to 8 pm
Tuesday: 1:30 pm to 5 pm
Thursday: 9 am to 12 pm
Thursday: 1:30 pm to 5 pm
Monday: 1 pm to 4 pm
Thursday: 1 pm to 4 pm
Thursday: 1 pm to 4 pm

* Please take note that when the Monday is a statutory holiday, we will respond to your calls on the following Tuesday from 1.30 pm to 8 pm.

If the line is busy or if you call at a time out of our working hours, please leave us a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

If you prefer to send us your request for information by e-mail, please send it to the following address (abe@aubasdelechelle.ca). Do not forget to leave us your name and telephone number! However, we must insist that we cannot respond to your requests by e-mail. In effect, we believe it to be of upmost importance to be able to speak to you directly in order to ensure that we have a complete understanding of your situation. The quality of the information we provide you depends on our level of understanding of your situation.

2. Legal Training for Community organisers and Union representatives

This training is based on the labour laws and more specifically the Act Respecting Labour Standards. It is addressed to the individuals who work with people with problems in the workplace and for the individuals who would like to have a better understanding of their rights.

We offer two kinds of legal training for community organisers and union representatives. Please contact us for information regarding the costs.

 

A. Training for three days

 

This three days training will be held in August. This training is addressed to individuals who work with people struggling with problems in the work place as well those who simply want a better understanding of the labour standards.


The training covers the rights and remedies at the disposal of non-unionized workers in virtue of the different labour laws and charters, with an emphasis on those derived from the Act Respecting Labour Standards.


The professor will begin by providing a general outline of the charters and the laws that are applicable to non-unionized workers, such as the Act Respecting Labour Standards, the Civil Code of Quebec, The Quebec Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms and the Canadian Labour code. The professor will also cover issues of jurisdiction and competence of the various courts and administrative tribunals.


The professor will then get into the details of the rights contained in the Act Respecting Labour Standards. The professor will also go through the core labour standards such as vacations, statutory holidays, minimum wage, overtime, psychological harassment and the complaints which can be filed at the Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail.

To find out more, inform yourself by calling the following number: 514 270-7878.


Next Training session available: August 2016

B. Training for one (whole) day

 

Given twice a year, this training covers the rights and obligations of workers and employers under the Act Respecting Labour Standards.


The teacher will present the principle labour standards such as vacation, time-off, minimum wage, overtime, psychological harassment and the complaints which may be filed at the Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité au travail . WHEN? The dates are to be announced.


SCHEDULE OF THE DAY:
9:30am to 12pm and from 1pm to 2pm: Act Respecting Labour Standards (minimum wage, pay slip, notice for the termination of employment, vacations, overtime, unjust dismissal, the recourses available if the employer does not respect the law etc.).
2pm to 4pm: Right to a workplace exempt of psychological harassment (the legal definition of psychological harassment in the workplace, the obligations of employers, the remedies available through the recourse against it etc.).

 

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