robottxt Posted March 14, 2019 Report Share Posted March 14, 2019 3 hours ago, Freewheel said: In accordance with the Canada Labour Code it’s illegal not to pay overtime. Most private operators do,pay overtime, but it’s based on an averaging agreement over 52 weeks. So an employee needs to be paid OT when he works more than 2080 hours in a year (minus vacation, stats etc). Perhaps the question should be: Does ORNGE operate under an averaging agreement similar to almost all private operators? if they are paying huge amounts of OT, then I’d suggest that managent Is not managing as efficiently as they could be. This would hold true for any manager in any sector. Paying OT regularly indicates the justification for additional Human Resources and the hiring of additional pilots. Oh sweet summer child. What is work? I know companies that do not considerer sitting on IA for 14hrs in a blazing hot gravel pit work. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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