230 Sheppard Avenue West, Suite 200
North York ON M2N 1N1
Head Office: 416-733-4358
Toll Free: 1-888-898-3591 (provided for the Exclusive use of Jamaica workers)
Larkland W. Stone, Chief Liaison Officer
Kenneth G. Phillips, Deputy Chief Liaison Officer
33 Princess Street, Suite 407
Leamington ON N8H 5C5
Vernon G. Melhado, Deputy Chief Liaison Officer
Nova Scotia Location:
Carlton G. Anderson, Deputy Chief Liaison Officer
British Columbia Location:
Donna E. Adams, Deputy Chief Liaison Officer
No new notices at this time.
Comments From The Country
Prescription drugs purchased by the worker or employer on the workers behalf for non-occupational illnesses may be submitted to the Liaison Office for reimbursement.
Some Employers are known to be in the habit of opening workers’ private mail. This practice is illegal and should be discontinued.
Employers can only name workers who they had previously employed.
Employers are requested to submit their list of names early for returning workers no later than January 31st for the next year. Inform the Liaison Service in writing of the names of workers, who were unsatisfactory during the current season, in order that the Liaison Service may notify the Ministry of Labour in Jamaica.
Employers are reminded all T4 slips to the Liaison Service by February of each year.
Employers are reminded to submit pay sheets and the 25% savings deduction not later then 7 days after each pay period as per the contract.
Where bicycles are provided to the worker(s) by the employer, it is the employer’s responsibility to ensure that the bicycle is in proper working order according to the law of the province. Bicycles should be equipped with proper and adequate reflectors and lights.