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You may file a formal complaint if you feel that your employer or employee has acted in a manner that violates the Employment Standards Act . If you have been unable to resolve the matter with your employer or employee, the next step is to file a written complaint. , Who can file a formal...
The role of the Workers Compensation Appeal Tribunal is to conduct hearings/appeals from interested parties, mostly injured workers and employers, who are dissatisfied with a decision of the internal reconsideration officer of the Workers Compensation Board, and any matter referred to it by the...
Numbers released today by Tourism PEI for September show that 2019 will likely be the sixth straight record season for tourism visitation to the province. “Thank you to Tourism PEI and all operators for their continued hard work on another successful season,” David Groom, Chair of the Tourism PEI...
Melissa Peter-Paul says receiving an arts grant from the provincial government gives her more time to focus on creating her quillwork boxes – made out of birch bark, sweet grass, porcupine quills and spruce root all harvested by her and her family. Peter-Paul is among 15 Island artists who recently...
A new multi unit residential loan development fund will help developers, organizations and non-profits build more housing for Islanders. Finance PEI, along with the Department of Social Development and Housing, held consultations in Prince, Queens and Kings County in October with local contractors...
Workers’ rights are protected under employment legislation in PEI. The, Employment Standards Act,, Youth Employment Act, and other labour laws clarify the rights and obligations of employees and employers and set minimum standards to ensure individuals are treated fairly in the workplace., What is...
2018-2019 Tourism PEI Annual Report
Prince Edward Island’s minimum wage will increase by 60 cents to $12.85 per hour on April 1, 2020. The Employment Standards Board reviews minimum wage annually and provides their recommendation to government after the review is complete. To read the board’s report, visit Minimum Wage Review Report...