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Canada Labour Standards Regulations (C.R.C., c. 986)

Regulations are current to 2020-07-28 and last amended on 2020-07-10. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE III(Sections 4 and 5)Notice of Modified Work Schedule

  • (a) 
    Name of employer: blank line
  • (b) 
    An identification of the affected employee or employees: blank line
  • (c) 
    Address or location of workplace: blank line
  • (d) 
    Hours of work in each work day: blank line

    In each work week :blank line

    (The number of hours in a work day and in a work week may be specified by attaching the work schedule of the affected employee or employees.)

  • (e) 
    Number of work days in the work schedule: blank lineblank line
  • (f) 
    Number of weeks in the work schedule: blank lineblank line
  • (g) 
    Number of days of rest in the work schedule: blank lineblank line
  • (h) 
    Where one or more general holidays occur in a week, the weekly standard hours shall be reduced by: blank line
  • (i) 
    [Repealed, SOR/2014-305, s. 12]
  • (j) 
    The maximum number of hours that may be worked:

    in a week blank line

    in a work schedule blank line

  • (k) 
    The method of calculating general holiday pay is: blank line
  • (l) 
    Date the work schedule comes into effect:blank lineblank line / blank line / blank line
  • (m) 
    Date the work schedule expires:blank lineblank line / blank line / blank line
  • (n) 
    Date the notice was posted:blank lineblank line / blank line / blank line

Note:

  • 1 Any hours worked in excess of the daily hours of work set out in paragraph (d) and in excess of a weekly average of 40 hours over the work schedule are payable at the overtime rate.

  • 2 This work schedule is posted in accordance with subsections 170(2) and (3) and 172(2) and (3) of the Canada Labour Code. These provisions require that notice of the proposed work schedule be posted for at least 30 days prior to its coming into effect and that the affected employee or at least 70% of affected employees, as the case may be, approve the schedule. Section 5 of the Canada Labour Standards Regulations requires that details of the modified work schedule be posted and kept posted as long as the work schedule is in effect.

  • SOR/94-668, s. 15
  • SOR/2014-305, ss. 12, 13
  • SOR/2019-168, s. 13
 
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