If you’re like most Canadian employers, it is likely you have not looked deeply into your overtime pay obligations.
hours of work and overtime claims
So you have an employee who has been working with you for five years, and now you have to terminate the employee because it is just not working out. When parting ways, the employee insists that you should have been paying him overtime pay for all the years he has worked for you – and he wants to claim this alleged outstanding overtime pay, or he will be making a claim for unpaid wages with the Employment Standards Branch for unpaid overtime. How can employers avoid this and other types of overtime claim?
I've caved. The end of my phone contract has been looming large, and as I pondered my options, somehow I thought, "I'd really like to be more connected." So I'm ditching my two-year-old, decidedly not smart, flip phone and getting an iPhone—and a data plan. Soon I'll be able to tweet and update my Facebook status and share photos wherever I am. And I'm afraid.