Applications and Forms

Filing a claim:

Employees who believe their employers did not pay them correctly, can file a claim with the Employment Standards Branch within six months of the last day of work or when the incident happened.

Claim Form

Young Employees:

Children under the age of 16 must, by law, have a child employment permit before they start working.  Employees under 18 years old cannot work in certain industries.

** Employment Standards requests that information be typed where possible. Forms can then be submitted by fax, mail, email or in person.**

Child Employment Permit Application

Child Performers:

A child performer is a child under the age of 17 who performs as an actor, extra, musician, singer, dancer, entertainer, or model.

Child Talent Agency/Child Performer Recruitment Licence

Child Talent Agency/Child Performer Recruitment Licence RENEWAL

Child Performer Permit
 

Temporary Foreign Workers (WRAPA):

 
**Employment Standards is experiencing technical issues on the option to submit the Employer Registration application electronically causing unnecessary processing delays.  We are asking clients to submit the application using the following options:  you may print and scan a copy of the application and submit via email, fax, mail or drop the application off in our office. A new application is being developed that will allow clients to save the form in order to attach and email it directly. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
 
 
 

 

Employment Agency Business/Temporary Help Agency:

Employment Agency Business/Temporary Help Agency Licence
 

Averaging Permits:

Averaging / Break / Rest Permits

Simplified Averaging Permit Process

Employee Survey

 

Available in alternate formats upon request.

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