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Name: Terms and Conditions of Employment in Defined Industries - Women's Coat and Suit Industry and Women's Dress and Sportswear Industry (O. Reg. 291/01).
Country: Canada
Subject(s): Conditions of employment
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 2001-07-19
Entry into force:
Published on: Ontario Gazette, 2001-08-04, Vol. 134-31, pp. 1556-1560
ISN: CAN-2001-R-59866
Bibliography: Ontario Gazette, 2001-08-04, Vol. 134-31, pp. 1556-1560
Regulation on-line Regulation on-line Ministry of Government Services and Ministry of the Attorney General, Queen's Printer for Ontario, Canada (consulted on 2014-07-25)
Abstract/Citation: Made under the Employment Standards Act, 2000. Sets out terms and conditions of employment in defined industries. Provides for minimum pay for short periods of work, non-application of Sections 18 and 21 of the Act, normal work day and normal work week, work schedule, special rate work, vacation, vacation pay, year-end vacation payment, industry holiday pay, special rules for Victoria Day and Canada Day, and industry review committee. Revokes Regulations 658, 659 and 660 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 as well as Ontario Regulations 282/99 and 283/99.
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