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How to manage summer vacation demand
Employment lawyer Deborah Hudson discusses employers' legal rights and obligations for scheduling vacation leave.
Video transcript below:
Caitlin Nobes, HRM TV
Caitlin Nobes: Summer can be dark days for HR trying to juggle vacation requests, but employers may have more rights than they think. Hi, I’m Caitlin Nobes and you’re watching HRM TV.
Summer is a time for early finishes and long weekends, but it’s also when HR face their biggest challenges juggling vacation requests. Whether you are trying to please everyone or struggling to cover shifts, the first step is knowing your legal rights in scheduling vacation time.
Deborah Hudson, Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti
Deborah Hudson: An employer’s basic obligations are governed by the statutory minimum requirements. So for example, in Ontario the statutory minimums is governed by the Employment Standards Act and there is two aspects of vacation minimum, the first aspect is vacation time and in Ontario under the ESA vacation time entitlement is 2 weeks. In Ontario under the ESA vacation has to be taken in one week blocks unless the employee agrees to have it in single days.
Caitlin Nobes: Employers have the right to decide when to schedule employees’ vacation and can require workers to take vacation at specific times which can be necessary if your workplace closes over a certain period. However, taking a strict stance could prove unpopular.
Deborah Hudson: It’s best practice to have a vacation scheduling policy where employees can apply for vacation and then employers can approve vacation.
Caitlin Nobes: For more on scheduling vacation time, visit HRM Online‘s legal section. I am Caitlin Nobes and I will see you next time on HRM TV.
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Meet the Expert: Robert Carlyle – Royal Bank of Canada [2/3]
How can you create a culture where your employees have a ‘passion for work’? Robert Carlyle, Director of Strategic Workforce Management at RBC, reveals some of his insights in the second part of his Meet the Expert video series.
Meet the Expert: Robert Carlyle – Royal Bank of Canada [1/3]
Is employee engagement equally as important to all types of employees across an organization? Robert Carlyle, Director of Strategic Workforce Management at Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) reveals the questions that will help you identify the key points of engagement that matter most to your employees.
Meet the Expert: Michael Bungay Stanier – Senior Partner, Box of Crayons
As a senior HR leader, imagine if you could help your people have more impact without working any harder. Of course, this is easier said than done. Michael Bungay Stanier, author of "Do More Great Work," shows you the difference between good work and great work, and why the distinction is critical.
Meet the Expert: Cheryl Fullerton - Maple Leaf Foods [3/3]
Maple Leaf Foods has demonstrated excellence in using vision to drive engagement. In this final part of her Meet the Expert series, Cheryl Fullerton - VP of Leadership at Maple Leaf Foods discusses the critical points to consider in boosting employee engagement.
Meet the Expert: Cheryl Fullerton - Maple Leaf Foods [2/3]
Employee connections have been one of the drivers of success at Maple Leaf Foods. In this video, Cheryl Fullerton - VP of Leadership at Maple Leaf Foods reveals how their HR department facilitates building relationships among employees.
Meet the Expert: Cheryl Fullerton - Maple Leaf Foods [1/3]
When we think about the evolution of HR, everyone has an opinion on how HR should be conducted in the organization. In addressing the ever-changing role of HR, Cheryl Fullerton - VP of Leadership at Maple Leaf Foods, reveals the questions that any progressive HR leader should be asking themselves in order to stay relevant.
2015 Canadian HR Awards
More than 600 of the industry's leaders gathered at Toronto's Liberty Grand to celebrate their best innovators.
Attracting and retaining out-of-town talent
For many employers, attracting top talent outside of Canada’s major cities is a challenge – but it’s not impossible. We talk recruitment in this edition of HRM TV.
The importance of employer branding
Branding isn’t just for consumer-facing initiatives. Instead, employers are increasingly creating an internal brand to help them attract and retain talent. We talk employer branding on this edition of HRM TV.