List of summaries, consolidations and regulations
The Crown Employment Contracts Act
The Crown Employment Contracts Act governs employment contracts for certain employees of a Crown Employer. A Crown Employer includes the government of Saskatchewan, a Crown Corporation and other boards or commissions which have their members appointed by the government or a minister, but does not include the Saskatchewan Cancer Foundation, a board incorporated under The Housing and Special Care Homes Act or a regional college.
The Act does not apply to employees of Crown Employers who:
All Crown employment contracts are required to be filed with the Clerk of the Executive Council and are available for public disclosure. Applications for access to a Crown employment contract are to be made in the form specified in the regulations and sent to the Crown employer that employs the employee. A fee is required to be paid to access the contract.
The Act also governs the payments, benefits and entitlements available to an employee on the termination or expiration of a Crown employment contract.