Pay your employees non-CCQ hours in accordance with collective agreements when they go on vacation. The CCQ`s objective is to provide many services to its clients, including social benefits, pensions and insurance plans; Vocational training and the management of industry personnel. It is also responsible for the enforcement of collective agreements in the construction industry. The annual liquidation occurs at the end of each reference period and reference period, in accordance with the collective agreement. The 2013-2017 collective housing agreement sets out four of these periods: the hourly reserve system was created as part of the 2004-2007 collective agreement for housing. For more information on the legal aspects of the system, see Section 19 of the Housing Sector Collective Agreement entitled “Special Rules – Time Reserves for Leave.” Under the law, common clauses in collective agreements remain in place during a labour dispute. These clauses concern: the preparation of the payslip for all CCQ transactions, workers without agreements and regular trades. The Quebec Construction Commission (QCC) is responsible for enforcing the laws and regulations that govern the construction industry in the province of Quebec. The CCQ, supported by employers and workers in the sector, provides many services in the areas of social services, vocational training, human resources management and the enforcement of collective agreements in the construction sector. Every four years, the CCQ, employers` organizations, construction workers` unions meet to conclude a collective agreement by branch, which deals with hourly schedules, retirement plans, insurance, compensation funds and other labour conditions and standards. The hourly rates set in collective agreements correspond only to the wages of construction workers.
In addition to these hourly rates, other expenses, such as vacation pay, must be taken into account. B, contributions to various plans (such as RRP, QPIP, FSS, other benefits), contributions to employers` organizations, contributions to the CCQ, employment insurance, HGV transport costs depreciated over 5 years, tooling costs amortized over 3 years and management and profit fees for the contractor. In its current form, the Quebec Construction Commission (QCC) was established in 1987. But its origins date back to 1934: for more than 30 years (1934-68), employers and unions in the construction industry had their agreements recognized mainly by the law on compliance with collective agreements. The parity committees, the forerunners of the CCQ, managed the decree on a regional basis. One of the CCQ`s tasks is to entrust the application of collective agreements negotiated between employers and union parties.