- Your timely attendance at work is crucial in makingthe business run smoothly.
Hours of Work Normal work day – 8 hrs. Normal work week – 40 hrs. Monday to Friday – 8:30am – 5:30pm Saturdays – 8:30a...
Meal Period One hour unpaid break. Lunch break – 11:30am – 12:30pm Any other breaks must be approved in advance by supe...
Rest Period 30 minute paid break.
Overtime Overtime pay for work rendered beyond eight (8)  hours. Overtime Form (OT Form) is approved and signed by  supe...
How to compute overtime? On ordinary days   Number of hours in excess of 8 hrs. (125% x hourly rate)  • On a rest day, s...
Compensation for rest day, Sunday, or Holiday work If it is an employee’s rest day     If unworked – 100%     If worked...
Tardiness Being at your work station at least 1 minute past your  scheduled starting time. Must notify the appropriate p...
Absence Vacation time scheduled in advance Sick leave Death in family Time off to vote Emergency situations beyond yo...
Undertime Employees are not allowed to offset undertime by overtime.
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Presentation for office policies part 1v2

  1. 1. - Your timely attendance at work is crucial in makingthe business run smoothly.
  2. 2. Hours of Work Normal work day – 8 hrs. Normal work week – 40 hrs. Monday to Friday – 8:30am – 5:30pm Saturdays – 8:30am – 12:00pm
  3. 3. Meal Period One hour unpaid break. Lunch break – 11:30am – 12:30pm Any other breaks must be approved in advance by supervisor and shall not be paid.
  4. 4. Rest Period 30 minute paid break.
  5. 5. Overtime Overtime pay for work rendered beyond eight (8) hours. Overtime Form (OT Form) is approved and signed by supervising officer.
  6. 6. How to compute overtime? On ordinary days  Number of hours in excess of 8 hrs. (125% x hourly rate) • On a rest day, special day or regular holiday - Number of hours in excess of 8 hrs. (130% x hourly rate)
  7. 7. Compensation for rest day, Sunday, or Holiday work If it is an employee’s rest day  If unworked – 100%  If worked – 1st 8 hrs + 30% of 200% If it is a holiday  If unworked – no pay unless there is a favourable company policy, practice of collective bargaining agreement (CBA) granting payment of wages on special days even if unworked.  If worked – 1st 8 hrs + 30% of the 100% of the daily rate.  Falling on the employee’s rest day and if worked – 1st 8 hrs + 50% of the 100% of the daily rate.
  8. 8. Tardiness Being at your work station at least 1 minute past your scheduled starting time. Must notify the appropriate person if you know that you may be late for work. Arriving at work past 8:30am is considered late.
  9. 9. Absence Vacation time scheduled in advance Sick leave Death in family Time off to vote Emergency situations beyond your control
  10. 10. Undertime Employees are not allowed to offset undertime by overtime.

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