The requirements for funding agreements are detailed on page 37 of the Act and summarized below: housing workers who are not working on a major construction project can have their standard working hours changed with a funding authorization or agreement. An employer must notify any affected worker before the start of the funding agreement, two weeks after written notice, unless both parties agree otherwise. The law stipulates that funding agreements must be made in writing. This is not only a prerequisite, but also a good practice – in the event of a challenge to the validity of a funding agreement, for example in the case where a worker claims that he is owed overtime pay. The written agreement must contain the number of weeks on which overtime is performed, the number of repetitions of the agreement, and the start and end date of the funding agreement. The application must be signed by both the employer and the worker. The employee must receive a copy before the agreement takes effect. Funding agreements should not be subject to the employment standards branch. (a) the agreement requires all workers in this workplace who must wear special clothing, workers who work under average agreements whose working time is on average over a period of more than one week, either receive 32 consecutive hours of work for each week during the median period, or must receive 1.5 times their normal wage for working time.
instead of giving them hours off. 2. In accordance with subsection 1, from the date of the finding in Section 79 or Section 78, interest that requires payment of wages or other amounts up to thirty-eight days after that date is not accrued. Proper work and employment planning requires good planning – in the non-union context, these regulations often conflict with many provisions of the Labour Standards Act, including provisions that set maximum working hours per week, overtime, minimum time per week and other rules that provide for job planning.