Suppose an employer knows that its employee is working overtime, but that employee did not request permission from the employer to work overtime in advance. Is the employer responsible to pay the employee, when the employee seeks compensation for the overtime worked?
employment standards act
Frustration, in the employment law context, describes a situation where ongoing employment has been rendered untenable by an unanticipated change in circumstances beyond the parties’ control.
When running a company, it’s unavoidable that your employees will require a leave of absence from time-to-time. This is the same for a small family-run business, or a multi-billion dollar company. Absence management can prove to be tricky; it isn’t just a case of when staff are absent and how many.