What can I do if I disagree with a Ministry of Labour decision?
Question & AnswerWhat can I do if I disagree with a Ministry of Labour decision?
2. Give your application to your employer and the Ministry of Labour
Before you give your application to the Labour Board, you have to give your employer a copy of:
- your completed Application for Review Form A-103
- the Labour Board's Information Bulletin No. 24 – Applications for Review under the Employment Standards Act, 2000
You can do this in person, or by courier, fax, or mail.
You also have to give a copy of your completed Application for Review to the Director of Employment Standards at the Ministry of Labour
You can do this in person, or by courier, fax, mail, or email. Use the delivery address listed in the Application for Review form.
To prove that you've done all this, you must complete the Certificate of Delivery in the Application for Review form that you sign.