A restaurant in Regina plead guilty to a labour standards violations after failing to provide payroll records to a labour standards officer.
The Real Tomato, operating as Tumblers Restaurant of Regina, received the violation under section 66(c) of Saskatchewan’s Labour Standards Act — which requires “any person to deliver within a stated period, at a designated place, and in a form acceptable to the minister or his duly authorized representative, any information and records as the minister or his representative may deem necessary to ascertain whether this Act and any orders or regulations made under this act are being or have been complied with.”
Charges against the company’s corporate director were stayed. The Real Tomato was fined $300 and a $60 surcharge.
The province has convicted nine employers for violating provisions of legislation in the past 12 months. There are five charges pending.
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