Forms & Resources

Solution Explorer

By answering a series of questions, this tool will guide you to information about your specific work situation and provide options to help deal with issues at work.

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Working in B.C. poster

The Working in British Columbia poster contains information about the Employment Standards Act and Regulation. It should be on display at all workplaces.

Education seminars

Education seminars are held monthly in order to answer questions and provide education regarding the rules and responsibilities of employers, employment agencies, talent agencies, and farm labour contractors under the Employment Standards Act.

Guide to the Employment Standards Act & Regulation

Get a section-by-section explanation of the Employment Standards Act and Regulation.


Employers must ensure sections are completed by the young person's parent and the school authority.

The form and a copy of the child's birth certificate should be returned to an Employment Standards Branch office near you. If the permit is required for farm labour, please return it to the Agricultural Compliance Team at 14672 108A Avenue, Surrey, BC  V3R 1W8.

File a complaint online

You can fill and submit a complaint online in about 15 minutes.

Submit a complaint

Other ways to submit a complaint

You can submit a complaint by mail, fax or in person using the printable Complaint Form (PDF, 298 KB).


Register a domestic worker online

You can register a domestic worker online in about 15 minutes.

Register a domestic worker

Other ways to register

You can register a domestic worker by mail or fax using the printable Domestic Worker Registration Form (PDF, 228KB).


Retirement bridging program

Apply for forestry worker retirement bridging benefits.

Forestry worker job placement

Find retraining and support for forestry workers impacted by industry downturns in northern British Columbia.