Know Your Rights – Chapter 5 – Vacation Time

Know Your Rights – Chapter 5 – Vacation Time


[Title: The following material is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be used as a source of legal advice.] [Title: Vacation time and pay.] Camille>>Hey Karen, how are you? Karen>>Hi Camille, how long do you have to
work here to get a vacation? Camille>>I think it’s about a year. Host>>Generally, after completing each 12 month
period of work employees with less than 5 years
of employment are entitled to two weeks
of vacation time and employees with 5 or
more years of employment are entitled to three weeks. In most cases, employees with less than
5 years of employment are also entitled to receive
vacation pay – which is at least 4% of
gross wages earned in the vacation
entitlement year, while employees with
5 or more years are entitled to receive
vacation pay which is at least 6% of gross wages earned in the
vacation entitlement year. The vacation pay earned must be paid to an employee
in a lump sum before they take vacation time. But if you and your
employer agree electronically or in writing, vacation pay can be paid
on each paycheque or at any other time To learn more about
vacation time and pay, read the vacation chapter
in Your Guide to the Employment Standards Act, available at
Ontario.ca/vacation.

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