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Explains the workplace standards that employers must meet and include in an employment agreement. Includes hiring young people under the age of 15, using an employment agency, hiring domestic workers, hiring farm labour ...
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Some sectors, industries or types of workers in B.C. are subject to specific regulations that only apply to them. Includes information about agriculture, aquaculture, commission sales, domestics, employment agencies, ...
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The Employment Standards Act and Regulation set minimum standards of wages and working conditions in most workplaces in British Columbia. This page explains a number of provisions that limit or exclude coverage for ...
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Provides an overview of where to go for help or advice on employment standards and workplace safety issues. Includes links to the Employment Standards Branch, Employment Standards Tribunal, WorkSafe BC, Workers’ ...
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When you file a Family Law Act application without notice to the other party in Provincial Court, you will be asked to fill out this form to help a judge determine the urgency of your application.
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Information about when employees can take time off work for vacation or for unexpected life situations. Includes maternity & parental leave, family responsibility leave, compassionate care leave, bereavement leave, ...
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This information sheet explains the rights of employees in BC. Includes minimum wage, tips, minimum daily pay, meal breaks, pay days & payroll records, overtime, averaging agreements, uniforms & special clothing, ...
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This tool helps people manage and resolve disputes about BC societies that are incorporated with the BC Corporate Registry, and housing and community service cooperative associations. If you aren’t able to resolve your ...
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Answers some of the common questions asked by children and teens about their family law rights, including whether a young person can get child support, medical care, guardianship over younger siblings, and a say in ...
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Explains many of the court orders and hearings for the child protection process. Describes the Report to Court, access order, consent order, interim supervision orders, temporary supervision orders, and continuing ...
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