Decree and regulation
respecting building service
employees in the Montréal region

 

Updated as of March 31st, 2021

Decree and regulation respecting building service employees in the Montréal region
Première publication dans la Gazette officielle du Québec du 22 octobre 1975
The Parity Committee for the Building Services, Montreal region
Our address: 4351, rue d’Iberville Montréal, Québec, H2H 2L7

The geographical territory

The Parity Committee supervises the application of the Decree respecting Building Service Employees which applies to the area of greater Montreal (including Laval and Montérégie), to the area of Lanaudière and of the Laurentians, as well as in the Outaouais and to part of the Mauricie-Bois Francs area and the Eastern Townships. There is another Parity Committee for the Building Services in Québec city.

Regulation respecting the
registration system

Regulation respecting the registration system of the Parity Committee for the Building Services, Montréal Region – O.C. 1352-87, 1987 G. O. 2, 3385

An Act respecting collective agreement decrees (R.S.Q., c. D-2, s. 22, par. g)

1. The professional employer governed by the Decree respecting building service employees in Montreal region (R.R.Q., 1981, c.D-2, r.39) shall keep a registration system or register in which are shown the full name, address and social insurance number of each employee in his employ, the nature of his work, his first date of service and the following particulars, as the case may be, for each pay period :

  1. the number of working hours per day and the exact time at which the work was begun, interrupted, resumed and ceased each day ;
  2. the total working hours per week ;
  3. the total overtime ;
  4. the number of workdays per week ;
  5. the wage rate ;
  6. the nature and amount of premiums, severance pay and other allowances or commissions paid ;
  7. the amount of gross earnings ;
  8. the nature and amount of deductions made ;
  9. the net pay ;
  10. the work period corresponding with the payment ;
  11. the payment date ;
  12. the reference year ;
  13. his annual vacation period ;
  14. the date when his annual leave begins ;
  15. the dates on which the employee has taken a paid holiday or any other holiday including compensatory holidays related to paid holidays.

2. The information included in the registration system or register concerning a given year shall be kept for a 3-year period following such year.

3. This regulation replaces the Règlement relatif à la tenue du registre (numéro 2) du Comité paritaire de l’entretien d’édifices publics, région de Montréal, approved by Order in Council 3520-76 of 12 October 1976.

 

4. (Omitted)

Levy Regulation

Levy Regulation of the Parity Committee for the Building Services, Montréal region – O.C. 2626-85, 1985 G. O. 2, 4388; O.C. 673-2001, 2001 G. O. 2, 2653; O.C. 1025-2011, 2011 G. O. 2, 2955

An Act respecting collective agreement decrees (R.S.Q., c. D-2, s. 22, subs. i)

1. This Regulation shall apply to the persons governed by the Decree respecting building service employees in the Montréal region (R.R.Q., 1981, c.D-2, r.39).

2. Professional employers shall remit to the Parity Committee for the Building Services, Montréal region an amount equal to 0.50% of their payroll for the employees governed by the Decree.

3. Employees shall remit to the Parity Committee an amount equal to 0.50% of their wages.

4. (Revoked)

5. Professional employers shall collect, for each pay period, on behalf of the Parity Committee, the levy exigible from their employees by the means of a checkoff on the wages of the latter.

L’employeur professionnel doit remettre au Comité paritaire les sommes payables par lui-même et par ses salariés, en même temps qu’il produit son rapport mensuel au Comité paritaire.

Professional employers shall remit to the Parity Committee the amounts payable by them and by their employees when they send in their monthly report to the Parity Committee.

5.1. The amounts referred to in section 5 may be collected by preauthorized payment if professional employers

  1. authorize their financial institution and the parity committee to make the transaction on a single account;
  2. provide the details of the account to the committee;
  3. fill out an application form for preauthorized payment on which the committee is designated as a recipient organization.

6. (Omitted)

Regulation respecting the monthly report

Regulation respecting the monthly report of the Parity Committee for the Building Services, Montréal Région – O.C. 1353-87, 1987 G. O. 2, 3387; O.C. 1027-2011, 2011 G.O. 2, 2957

An Act respecting collective agreement decrees (R.S.Q., c. D-2, s. 22, par. h)

1. A professional employer governed by the Decree respecting building service employees in the Montreal region (c.D-2, r.15) or the employer’s authorized representative must send a monthly report to the Committee’s head office, including

  1. the full name, address, date of birth and social insurance number of each employee in his employ, his qualifications and the nature of his work, the number of his regular and overtime hours worked each week, the total of these hours, his hourly wage rate and total earnings;
  2. the indemnities paid to each employee as annual vacation and general holidays with pay, and any other compensations or benefits having a pecuniary value.

2. The monthly report shall be forwarded to the head office of the Committee, even in the case where no work was performed, on or before the 15th of each month and shall cover the preceding month.

A professional employer or the employer’s authorized representative may use either the paper form in Schedule 1, to be sent by mail, or the form in computer format, to be sent electronically according to the data structure established by the Committee.

3. This regulation replaces the Règlement relatif au rapport mensuel numéro 3 du Comité paritaire de l’entretien d’édifices publics, région de Montréal, adopted by the Parity Committee at its meeting held on 30 June 1976 and published in the Gazette officielle du Québec on 27 October 1976.

4. (Omitted)

Personnel d'entretien

An act respecting collective
agreement decrees

L.R.Q., c. D-2. | Updated to 29 April 2002.

General Regulation to govern
the regulations of a parity committee

D.1535,2022 G.O.2
An Act respecting collective agreement decrees (R.S.Q., c. D-2, s. 20)