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Employer policy concerning an employer-provided vehicle

Your employer policy regarding the supply of a vehicle to a company employee will allow you to properly set out the employer's and employee's responsibilities in this regard...more

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  • The policy concerning an employer-provided vehicle enables the employer to share with its employees its vision, values and intentions on this matter.
  • Upon the hiring or introduction of such policy by the employer, any employee subject to this policy must receive a copy thereof and sign it.
  • The policy concerning an employer-provided vehicle aims to clearly state the obligations and responsibilities of both the employer and the employee in this regard.
  • The available policy concerning an employer-provided vehicle is a document that includes the main provisions of which an overview can be found in the "Summary" tab above.
  • This document will meet the needs of a business wishing to implement a relatively simple policy an employer-provided vehicle. For a policy of which conditions are more complex, please contact a legal adviser specializing in labour law.
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Overview of the provisions set out in the policy concerning an employer-provided vehicle:
  • Purpose;
  • Compliance with the law;
  • Trafic and parking violations;
  • Driver's licence;
  • Persons allowed in an employer-provided vehicle;
  • Procedure in case of accident;
  • Costs of use of employer-provided vehicle;
  • Cell phone use;
  • Smoking in employer-provided vehicle (optional);
  • Sanctions;
  • Contact person in case of inquiries regarding the policy;
  • Amendment to the policy;
  • Interpretation clause.

* These fees may be changed within a 60-day notice and in accordance with section 71 of the Code of ethics of notaries.

GST and QST not included.

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