102.2. The Commission may, at any time during an investigation, if the parties consent, appoint a conciliator to meet with them and try to facilitate an agreement between them.
However, where an employer whose enterprise has more than one certified association representing employees in a single job class is the subject of a complaint filed by at least one of those associations under section 100, the Commission shall designate a conciliator. The designation shall take place not later than 60 days after the expiry of the time limit set out in the first paragraph of that section.
A conciliator may not have previously acted as an investigator in connection with a complaint referred to him.
Nothing said or written in the course of conciliation may be admitted as evidence, unless the parties consent.
A conciliator may not be compelled to disclose anything revealed to or learned by him in the exercise of conciliation functions or to produce personal notes or a document prepared or obtained in the course of those functions before a court of justice or a person or body exercising judicial functions or before a person or body of the administrative branch exercising adjudicative functions.
Despite section 9 of the Act respecting Access to documents held by public bodies and the Protection of personal information (chapter A-2.1), no person shall have a right of access to such a document, unless the document provides the basis for the agreement between the parties.
2009, c. 9, s. 39; 2019, c. 4, s. 1811.