These provisions include standards relating to the following:
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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.
2 (1) In these Regulations,
(2) If, under these Regulations, any notice, application or other document is required or authorized to be filed with or sent to the Head of Compliance and Enforcement, it shall be filed with or sent to the Head of Compliance and Enforcement at the regional office of the Labour Program of the Department of Employment and Social Development that is located at the city nearest to the place where the employee concerned resides.
29 For the purposes of Divisions IV, VII, VIII, X, XI, XIII, XIV and XV.2 of the Act, the absence of an employee from employment is deemed not to have interrupted continuity of employment if
(a) the employee is absent from employment as a result of a lay-off that is not a termination under these Regulations; or
(3) Any method of reporting absences from employment or overtime hours of work that discloses the particulars required by subsection (2), including regular daily hours of work, shall be a sufficient record for the purposes of these Regulations.