104. Where a party is dissatisfied with the measures determined by the Commission, the party may apply to the Administrative Labour Tribunal within 90 days of the decision of the Commission.
The application shall be made in writing. It shall briefly state the main grounds on which it is based and describe the measures to which it pertains.
The Commission may intervene before the Administrative Labour Tribunal at any time on a matter that puts its jurisdiction into issue or pertains to an interpretation of law and, on the request of the Administrative Labour Tribunal, when an employee is not a union member or the complaint is filed against the certified association or a pay equity or pay equity audit committee member if the employee is not represented.
If the Commission wishes to intervene, it shall send each of the parties and the Administrative Labour Tribunal a notice stating the grounds for its intervention.
1996, c. 43, s. 104; 2001, c. 26, s. 107; 2009, c. 9, s. 41; 2015, c. 15, s. 237.