There is a need to communicate a national approach to the management of resource training. If the dismissal is made at the worker`s choice, the worker shall be entitled only to remuneration at the standard rate for the hours worked during the completed part of the average period. If a period of 13 weeks on average is not sufficient, a period of 26 weeks may leave enough room for seasonal variations to be average over two periods of 26 weeks. A discrepancy between the periodically scheduled hours must occur in a cycle of two weeks or more, when the funding period is defined in accordance with section 6 of the Labour Standards of Canada regulations. Labour managers (LAOs) find that an employer`s qualification criteria for the training of the average are met and whether the provisions relating to the average value are correctly applied. These criteria are as follows: if the staff does not have regularly scheduled daily or weekly hours, but is called upon if necessary, an average should also be formed. The average can be supported if only the daily hours vary, but the model of the hours programmed per day must vary from week to week. The funding period must be at least two weeks (see Example 5 in the Appendix). Generally speaking, eligible workers receive one and a half of the workers` normal wages after 8 hours a day or 40 hours a week, unless there is a financing agreement, a modified work plan or a work practice that allows a worker to work beyond normal hours to change jobs. The standard working time of a worker subject to the average is 40 times higher than the number of weeks during the average period; The maximum working time must not exceed 48 times a week during the average period.
For an average period of two weeks, for example, the standard and maximum hours are 80 hours and 96 hours, respectively. Under the Ontario Employment Act, 2000 („ESA“), workers are entitled to overtime pay after working more than 44 hours in a week. Overtime pay is calculated at 1.5 times your normal hourly rate („one and a half hours“). There is no daily overtime unless you have an employment contract or collective agreement that provides for a daily overtime allowance. Canada`s labour standards rules require an employer who wishes to work average hours of work or change the number of weeks in the average period to publish at least 30 days in advance a notice of the employer`s intent and to provide a copy of the notice to the Labour Regional Leader and any union representing the affected workers who are subject to a collective agreement. . . .