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 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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