TERMS WE USE

Act means the Employment Standards Act, RSBC 1996 Chapter 113 (as amended)
address for delivery means a current postal address or, if allowed by the Tribunal, a fax number or e-mail address
appeal means an appeal filed under section 112 of the Act, and includes an amended appeal
appeal period is described in section 112(3) of the Act, as (a) 30 days after the date of service of the determination if the appellant was served by registered mail; or (b) 21 days after the date of service of the determination if the appellant was served in person or served under section 122(3) of the Act
appellant means a person served with a Determination who files an appeal with the Tribunal, and includes a business corporation, partnership, limited liability partnership, limited partnership or any other incorporated or unincorporated organization
applicant means a person who files an application for reconsideration, or another application, with the Tribunal, and includes a business corporation, partnership, limited liability partnership, limited partnership or any other incorporated or unincorporated organization
business day means 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday, excluding statutory holidays
decision means an order, direction, or other decision made by the Tribunal
Determination means any decision made by the Director under section 30(2), 66, 68(3), 73, 76(3), 79, 100 or 119 of the Act
Director means the Director of Employment Standards appointed under the Public Service Act and, in relation to a function, duty or power that the director has under section 117 of this Act delegated to another person, “director” includes that other person
document means anything on which information is recorded or stored whether on paper or in electronic format
file means effective delivery of a document to the Tribunal
member means a person appointed to the Tribunal under Section 102 of the Act
panel means one, three, or five members of the tribunal that have been authorized to determine appeals and applications for reconsideration made to the tribunal
party

means an appellant, an applicant, a respondent, the director and any other person or group allowed by the tribunal to participate in an appeal or application for reconsideration

reconsideration   means an application filed under Section 116 of the Act
respondent means a person, other than the appellant or applicant named as a party in a determination
Regulation means the Employment Standards Regulation
submissions mean any documents or information filed by a party with the Tribunal for consideration in an appeal or application for reconsideration
Tribunal means the Employment Standards Tribunal established under Part 12 of the Act, and includes a member of the Tribunal