Salary + Stat holiday

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Subject: Salary + Stat holiday
alright i am having problem with this issue.

I am on salary and the way my manager pay me when i work a stat holiday is
4 hrs x regular pay + day off x regular 8hrs pay

is it suppose to be like this ??

[29-12-2005,21:03]
GooGooly
(in reply to: Salary + Stat holiday)
that depends on your employer
[10-01-2006,09:36]
Anonymous
Stat pay (in reply to: Salary + Stat holiday)
go to
http://laws.justice.gc.ca/en/L-2/17896.html#rid-17977

[19-01-2006,15:27]
Mark
Wrong (in reply to: Salary + Stat holiday)
Mark is giving information for statutory holidays which ONLY apply if you are a government employee. There is a difference.


[26-03-2006,17:26]
Mark
Government VS Employment Standards (in reply to: Salary + Stat holiday)
What is being quoted is the contract for governemnt workers. Regular workers (non-governemnt) fall under the employment standards legislation. I have already clarified the difference between Government worker holidays (Statutory) and regular workers (Public Holidays). Be careful what information you are giving people especially since it is not factual.
[26-03-2006,17:34]
Mark G
Stat pay (in reply to: Salary + Stat holiday)
If you are a non-union employee- and you work on a stat you are entitled to either double time or time and a half depending on if it is a super stat like Christmas or a regular holiday stat such as Canada Day. If you work a stat you are to get another paid day off as well. If you are not scheduled to work on the stat or the business is closed there are two formulas to figure out an employess stat pay; there is one formula for if you have worked 15 days before the stat and another for if you have worked more than 15 days before a stat. These are basic employee rights.
[21-07-2006,04:09]
Cheryl D
Stat pay (in reply to: Salary + Stat holiday)
If you are a non-union employee- and you work on a stat you are entitled to either double time or time and a half depending on if it is a super stat like Christmas or a regular holiday stat such as Canada Day. If you work a stat you are to get another paid day off as well. If you are not scheduled to work on the stat or the business is closed there are two formulas to figure out an employess stat pay; there is one formula for if you have worked 15 days before the stat and another for if you have worked more than 15 days before a stat. These are basic employee rights.
[21-07-2006,04:09]
Cheryl D



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