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Topic Description: Canadian Overtime Online Training
This course introduces or refreshes knowledge of overtime calculation for employees in Canadian provinces; and serves as a job aid to be used as a reference when calculations must be made.
Support people managers in their daily duties while ensuring that the client organization is protected in the case of employee claims.
What Constitutes Overtime?
Provincial regulation (i.e. overtime is treated differently depending on the province)
Who qualifies for overtime? (i.e. hourly vs. salaried employees)
Daily overtime vs. weekly overtime
Daily overtime based on provincial regulations
Weekly overtime based on provincial regulations – Organizational overtime agreements – Scenario Interaction
Compensating for Overtime
Different Options for Compensation
Who Gets to Choose?
Monetary Payment vs. Banked time
What if the employee leaves before being compensated? – Scenario Interaction
Documentation of overtime
Voluntary employee overtime
Proactive management of upcoming projects
Also included in the course:
Easy access to a Page for each Province/Territory that outlines its applicable laws, thresholds, and compensation rates.
One FAQ page with Q & A list including, but not limited to:
Requirements for rest periods between work shifts/days
Working on a Statutory Holiday
After Hours Events
Jury Duty, Personal Illness, or Vacation Time
When Province and Organization Collide (i.e. what to do when province has thresholds for specific overtime rates, but organization’s agreement has different thresholds)
Informal arrangements and other forms of compensation