Part II - Regulations adopted under the Act respecting labour standards
This Regulation was approved on June 19, 1980, under Order in council 1915-80. It came into force on July 9, 1980. A revised version then came into force on August 1, 1982. This Regulation was amended by Order in council 901-99, which came into force on August 14, 1999, and by Order in council 679-2000, which came into force on July 1,2000.
An employer shall establish a registration system or keep a register in which are shown for each employee, his complete name, residence and social insurance number, his employment and the date the employee begins to work for the employer as well as the following particulars, as the case may be, for each pay period:
a) the number of hours of work per day;
b) the total number of hours of work per week;
c) the number of overtime hours paid or compensated for by a day off with the applicable premium;
d) the number of days of work per week;
e) the wage rate;
f) the nature and amount of premiums, indemnities, allowances or commissions paid;
g) the amount of gross wages;
h) the nature and amount of deductions made;
i) the amount of net wages paid to the employee;
j) the work period corresponding to payment;
k) the date of payment;
l) the reference year;
m) the duration of the annual vacation;
n) the departure date of the annual vacation with pay;
o) the date on which the employee was entitled to a general holiday with pay or to another day of holiday, including the compensatory holidays for general holidays with pay;
p) the amount of the tips reported by the employee in accordance with section 1019.4 of the Taxation Act (R.S.Q., c. I-3) enacted by section 242 of Chapter 85 of the Statutes of 1997;
q) the amount of the tips attributed to the employee by the employer under section 42.11 of the Taxation Act enacted by section 44 of Chapter 85 of the Statutes of 1997;
r) in the case of an employee under 18 years of age, his date of birth.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. N-1.1, r.6, s. 1; O.C. 901-99, s. 1; O.C. 679-2000, s. 2.