The Commission will first make sure it can look into your complaint. It will inform you in writing once it decides it can handle your complaint.
The Commission will then contact your employer. It will ask both you and your employer if you would like a mediator. A mediator is a person who will try and help you and your employer reach a solution that satisfies both of you. Everything you tell the mediator will remain confidential. The Commission can also ask your employer to write down the reason(s) you were dismissed. You can ask for a copy of the reason(s).
If the mediator cannot help you reach an agreement, your complaint will be sent to the Commission des relations du travail (Labour Relations Commission).
The Commission will listen to both sides during a hearing and make a decision. If it decides you were dismissed without good cause, it can: