The Parity Committee for the Building Services, Montreal Region, has been responsible for enforcing the Decree respecting building service employees for more than 30 years.
The Decree defines minimum working conditions for employees in this industry, including wages, vacations, holidays, sick leaves, and the Group Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP).
The Decree also requires building service employers to produce a monthly report stating the names and earnings of the building service employees in their employ. This report must be accompanied by employer's levy (0.5% of total payroll) as well as the employee's levy (0.5% of salary) and the employer's contribution to the employee's RRSP.
Ever since the enactment of the Decree by the Quebec government in 1976, the Parity Committee has continually endeavored to maintain healthy competition in the industry. By imposing minimum standards for all employees, the Decree aims to protect employers from unfair competition. This is why the Parity Committee continually fights against black market labor and illegal subcontracting.
|As of June 1, 2010||As of November 9th, 2011|
|Class A, Heavy Maintenance Work||$15.35/hour||$15.70/hour|
|Class B, Light Maintenance Work||$14.95/hour||$15.29/hour|
|Class C, High Rise Window Washing||$15.85/hour||$16.21/hour|
Please note: The Montreal Region also includes the regions of Outaouais, Laurentides/Lanaudière, Montérégie, Laval, Mauricie, and part of the Eastern Townships and the Centre du Québec region.
- The Employer’s Guide
- Retirement regime
- Frequently asked questions
- Useful links
- Certificate of compliance