Imagine that you are employed by the Government of Manitoba

Imagine that you are employed by the Government of Manitoba as a Policy Analyst in the Department of
Labor and Regulatory Services.

Imagine that you are employed by the Government of Manitoba

Firstly, imagine that you are employed by the Government of Manitoba as a Policy Analyst in the Department of
Labor and Regulatory Services.

Secondly, you have been asked to write a position paper addressing the forecasted labor shortage in Manitoba’s agricultural sector through the recruitment and hiring of foreign workers.

The length of the position paper will be 1500-2000 words.
Your position paper must address the following:

Firstly, what program will the Province use to address this labor shortage?

Secondly, justify your decision, including why other options were not in the selection.

Thirdly, how will health and safety concerns and any potential abuse of workers be prevent ed and address ed?

More details;

What is the Manitoba Labour board?
The Manitoba Labour Board is a special three-person board (tribunal), separate from Employment Standards. It’s powers are like those of a judge or court, which re-hears disagreements that could not be resolved by the Employment Standards Branch.

Who is in cover by the Employment Standards Act?
Employers Who Are Cover ed

The FLSA applies only to employers whose annual sales total $500,000 or more. Also, who are engage in interstate commerce. You might think that this would restrict the FLSA to covering only employees in large companies, but, in reality, the law covers nearly all workplaces.

Do you have to give 2 weeks notice in Manitoba?

You are entitle to one week’s notice if you have been employed for less than a year; two weeks for between one and three years; four weeks for between three and five years; six weeks for between five and 10 years; and eight weeks’ notice if you have been employed for at least 10 years.