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In this section you’ll find the answer to some frequently asked questions?


We are proud to offer a personalized service to each one of our clients. In order to find out how we can help you, you can visit the employer’s section above and make sure to contact us to further discuss your needs.

You can apply online by filling out a job application and by sending your CV. You can also contact us by phone or come meet us at our office. If your application is retained, you will be contacted by phone and invited to an interview at our office.

You will need the following documents:

  • A copy of an ID with a photo;
  • A copy of you Social Insurance card;
  • A proof of residence;
  • CV;
  • Two employment references

Your employer has one month to make the first payment. Each employer can manage your payments differently. Therefore, make sure to get informed of the payments frequency directly with them. For more information, you can visit this website CNESST or check our Payment periods or our Payment politics

Unfortunately, our agency cannot keep a track on your working hours. If you do not know how many hours you’ve worked, you can find all the details on your next pay stub.

Most of Quebec’s paid workers are entitled to an indemnity and have the right to one paid holiday. It is the employer’s responsibility to pay their workers according to the law concerning statuary holidays.  For more information on this subject, we invite you to visit Quebec’s CNESST

Several rules apply to how vacations are determined. You can find all the information about the requirements to be entitled to a vacation on this CNESST

An employer can decide to end the contract for several reasons and in several ways. In order to understand what it implies, we invite you to visit the layoff section on this CNESST

If you are either concerned about your safety at work or want to be informed on this matter, you can visit CNESST

Please click on the link and follow the instructions  

  1. The first 3 letters of your last name
  2. The first letter of your first name
  3. And the last three digits of your social insurance number

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call at 450 933 7090 

For any other questions or concerns about you rights as a worker, we invite you to visit these websites CNESST and Code canadien du travail

If you didn’t find an answer to your questions or you simply want to get more information on any subject, make sure to contact us. It will be a pleasure for us to answer any of your questions.