December 17, 2018

Generally, most employees in Ontario are entitled to receive overtime pay when they work more than forty-four hours in one week. The Employment Standards Act, 2000 requires that “an employer shall pay an employee overtime pay of at least one and one-half times his or her regular rate for each hour of work in excess of 44 hours in each work week.”

CELT May 15 2013 Overtime class actions given green light

Overtime class actions given green light

May 22, 2013

Published in Canadian Employment Law Today, May 2013 - Fulawka v. Bank of Nova Scotia and Fresco v. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce - Supreme Court Read More...


Class Action for Overtime Pay Given Green Light

April 15, 2013

On March 21, 2013 the Supreme Court of Canada ruled for the first time that employee class actions for pay for “off the clock” overtime work can p Read More...

Class Action Denied in CIBC Overtime Suit

October 7, 2009

Read about the how the Ontario Superior Court of Justice may have put a damper on the recent spate of class action overtime suits when it dismissed a Read More...

  • Managers Entitled to Overtime Pay

    August 17, 2005

    Markham Business Magazine: Did you know that a manager who regularly performs non-managerial work could be entitled to overtime pay?