A guide for Ontario employers and payers on complying with employment standards rules on statutory (public) holidays
This guide focuses on the employment standards requirements in Ontario related to statutory or public holidays. This comprehensive easy to understand guide includes a thorough review of Ontario's statutory holiday compliance requirements and recommended best practices for payroll administration including a sample policy.
- What are statutory holidays in Ontario?
- Are employees entitled to holiday pay for a statutory holiday that occurs after their employment ends if they are terminated by the employer without notice?
- Are employees entitled to holiday pay for a statutory holiday that occurs after their employment ends if they quit or are terminated for cause?
- Is the first Monday in August a statutory holiday in Ontario?
- Who determines whether employees will be given premium pay or a substituted day for working on a statutory holiday?
- Who determines which day employees will be given in substitution for a statutory holiday?
- Can I pay employees their regular wages for a statutory holiday, without doing the calculations described in this guide?
- How does working part time affect statutory holiday entitlements?
Inside the guide
- Legal Requirements
- Exempt employees
- What are the statutory holidays in Ontario?
- Statutory holiday entitlements
- Pay for statutory holidays
- Best Practices
- Implementing a statutory holiday policy
- Payroll administration
- Frequently asked questions
- Sample statutory holiday policy
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Print ISSN: 1929-2953 Online ISSN: 1929-2961
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