Section 12 – Director's duty to publish documents
Director's duty to publish documents - s. 12(1)
Subsection 12(1) provides that the Director of Employment Standards must prepare and publish a document that provides information about the rights under the Employment Protection for Foreign Nationals Act, 2009 of foreign nationals and the responsibilities of employers and recruiters of such foreign nationals.
Rights under the Employment Standards Act, 2000 - s. 12(2)
Subsection 12(2) provides that the Director of Employment Standards must prepare and publish a document that outlines the rights and responsibilities of employees and employers under the Employment Standards Act, 2000 that are particularly relevant to foreign nationals employed pursuant to an immigration or foreign temporary employee program and the employers of such foreign nationals.
Different categories - s. 12(3)
This provision was added to s. 12 by the Stronger Workplaces for a Stronger Economy Act, 2014, S.O 2014, c. 10, effective November 20, 2015. It enables the Director of Employment Standards to prepare and publish different documents for different categories of foreign nationals and their employers.
If information out of date - s. 12(4)
This subsection provides that if the Director believes that the document published under this section regarding rights and obligations is out of date, he or she will prepare and publish a new document.