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

Regulations are current to 2020-06-17 and last amended on 2019-09-01. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE IV(Section 6)Notice of Averaging of Hours of Work

  • (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) 
    Number of weeks in the averaging period: blank line
  • (e) 
    Information to establish that there is an irregular distribution of hours of work that is necessitated by the nature of the work in the industrial establishment:
  • (f) 
    Reasons for the length of the averaging period:
  • (g) 
    Date the averaging of hours of work comes into effect: blank lineblank line / blank line / blank line
  • (h) 
    Date the averaging of hours of work ends: blank lineblank line / blank line / blank line
  • (i) 
    Date the notice was posted: blank lineblank line / blank line / blank line

Note:

This notice is posted in accordance with section 6 of the Canada Labour Standards Regulations, which requires that the employer notify the affected employee or employees of details of the averaging of hours of work at least 30 days before the averaging takes effect and that the information contained in this notice remain posted for the duration of the averaging of hours of work.

  • SOR/94-668, s. 15
  • SOR/2019-168, s. 14
 
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