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Planning 10 brochure
Transcript of Planning 10 brochure
2. Employer Responsibilites
3. Employee Rights
4. Employee Responsibilities
5. Statutory holidays & Working wages
6. ESB contact info By: Famiza Khan &
Natasha Kasper Employer Rights - Employers have the right to as you to work extra hours as long as he or she pays you the proper over time wage rates.
- Employers do not have to pay managers overtime or statutory holiday pay
- The law doesnt require to pay sick days and if your not able to work.
- if an employee delibertly damages property it is possible to fine or lay charger against the employee.
- Employers are not required to pay for safety equipment. Employer Responsibilites - Employers can not lead you to believe that a position is available if there isn't one
- Employers can not as you for payment in return for hiring you as an employee
- Must pay your employees their wages at least two times a month
- If dress code is required then employer is suppose to supply it
- Employers are suppose to ask for employees social insurence for work purposes Employee Rights - Your employer can't find you for taking an unpaid leave that is coverd by the Emplyement Standard Act
- To be paid at least minimum wage
- Every five hours of working at least half an hour is allowed to eat
- Your employer can't deduct any from your wage if you damage or destroy their property byu accident
- If you quit you are fully entitles to your banked hours and the employer is suppose to pay all of it
- If you quit you have no legal oblgigation to inform your employer
- If you worked more than a year you are entilted two weeks vacation. Employer Responsiblities - You must make your complaints within six months of the violation
- You must tell your employer at least four weeks before you expect to go on a pregnency or parental leave
- Keep track of all your hours and check if your pay check adds up
- In an emergency you maybe required to work overtime beyond the agreement
The nine statutory holidays in British Columbia are:
• New Years Day
• Good Friday
• Victoria Day
• Canada Day
• B.C. Day
• Labour Day
• Thanksgiving Day
• Remembrance Day
• Christmas Day
- Easter Sunday, Easter Monday and Boxing Day are not statutory holidays.
•Have been employed for 30 calendar days before the statutory holiday and,
•Have worked or earned wages on 15 of the 30 days immediately before the statutory holiday
To be eligible for statutory holiday pay an employee must: Statutory Holidays
• time-and-a-half for the first 12 hours worked and double-time for any work over 12 hours; plus
• An average day’s pay.
An eligible employee who works on a statutory holiday is entitled to be paid:
• On November 1, 2011, minimum wage was increased to $9.50 per hour and will increase again to $10.25 on May 1, 2012.
• The liquor server minimum wage increased to $8.75 on November 1, 2011 and will increase again to $9.00 on May 1, 2012.
ESB CONTACT INFO: