A guide for Canadian employers and payers on complying with employment standards rules on hours of work
What constitutes work? When is it done? How do you measure and record a worker's hours? What about breaks and holiday work? The 44-page guide answers these questions by examining the legally enforceable employment standards in Ontario—the minimums that employers must provide to employees.
Inside the guide
- What is and is not considered work
- What records must be kept, for hours worked by employees
- How employee hours of work must be reported
- The times and days employees may work
- How much pay employees must be given just for reporting to work
- The maximum permissible hours of work on a daily and weekly basis
- How much time off employees must be given between work
- What meal breaks employees must be given
- What are the rules around employees who work shifts
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Print ISSN: 1927-8233 Online ISSN: 1927-8241
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