Employment Standards Act, 2000 - Overtime Averaging in Unionized Workplaces
Employees covered by a collective agreement may soon be a…
Bill or Act:
Summary of Proposal:
Existing rules under the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA)
Most employees are entitled to overtime pay if they work more than 44 hours in a work week. (Some occupations are exempt from these provisions and several industries have a higher overtime pay trigger.)
An employer and employee (or a trade union on behalf of the employees it represents) can agree to average the employee's hours of work over a specified period for the purpose o...
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