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10 FAQs about Averaging of Overtime

Employment standards, 101: Employees are entitled to overtime pay of at least 1.5 times their regular wage rate for working longer than a standard workday (typically 8 hours) or work week (typically 40 hours). But while it may be a bedrock requirement, most provinces now allow employees and employers to contract out of it by negotiating “averaging agreements.”

Averaging agreements can save your company thousands of dollars in wage costs. But they can also get you into legal hot water if you don’t follow the strict rules that apply to such agreements. Here are 10 FAQs to help you maneuver the intricacies of averaging agreements.

Question 1: What Is Overtime Averaging?

Answer: You normally count hours worked on a straight line basis to figure out if employees have worked long enough to qualify for overtime pay. With averaging, hours worked are averaged over an averaging period consisting of multiple days or weeks. You then use these averages to determine if employees have met the over...

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