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Averaging Agreement Quebec

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(i) any general leave or other leave with a salary granted to the worker under Section V of the Act, any dismissal concerning the replacement of general leave, which must be reserved under Section 195 of the Act, and for workers who are not, proof that the substitution was authorized in accordance with paragraph 195 , paragraph 2, of the law; Joseph`s standard hours are reduced by 32 hours for the period. Like Mary, Joseph`s hours of leave and mourning would be reduced by 16 hours. Since Joseph does not receive basic salary and therefore does not apply to ordinary wages, paragraph 6, paragraph 7, point e) applies. The hours are reduced by 8 for the day Joseph was told not to come here for lack of work, and for the day he was sick. These two days were usually working days, but he was not entitled to regular wages. Such cases are rare, as most employers who employ regular workers generally do not have work schedules that vary and are therefore not eligible for an average. Special plans, employment arrangements or modified hours could have an impact on overtime rules. For example, when it is a compressed work week (four days, 10 hours a day), overtime applies to all hours above 10 hours per day. Most provinces allow employment agreements in which employers can, on average, work a worker`s working time for a certain period of time. In Quebec, the staggering of schedules is a similar regulation. At the end of each median period, overtime is paid to workers who exceed the hour, with the exception of hours for which overtime has already been paid during the median period. The calculation of overtime due is based on reduced hours of reflection of 8 hours per day during the one-day period, in accordance with Section 6, paragraph 7, of the Canada Labour Standards Regulation: 9 During an average period, hours of work can be planned and actually worked without taking into account Section 173 of the Act.

Canadian labour standards provide that the average may be accepted for periods of two weeks or more consecutively if the irregular allocation of hours results in either a) regularly unscheduled hours or (b) regular hours where the number of hours varies from one hour to the next (see 6 (1)). In this case, an average would be allowed, as the number of hours scheduled varies from one hour to the next. As in the first example, the number of hours actually worked differs from the hours scheduled, but this factor has no influence on the ability to accept the average. (b) allow a worker to exercise the right of seniority to work beyond the normal working hours, in accordance with a collective agreement; or the reference year is a period of twelve consecutive months during which a worker gradually acquires the right to annual leave. This period extends from May 1 of the previous year to April 30 of the current year, unless an agreement or decree sets another start date for that period. 16 If, under Article 195, paragraph 1, of the Act, another leave is replaced by general leave in a written agreement between the parties to a collective agreement, the written agreement contains the information covered in paragraphs 15, paragraph 1, points (a) at e). To integrate this worker into the programming period, the employer must refer to Dener6, paragraph 7, point e), which provides for an eight-hour reduction in the standard and maximum working time for each day during an average period which is, for the worker, a day of work that is normally a work day for which the worker is not entitled to regular wages. Subsection 8 (e) limits the weekly reduction to 40 hours. As a result, the hours of work of a worker who begins work at the beginning of the 11th week of an average 16-week year would be reduced by 400 (10×40) for the period prior to the start of the employment relationship.