Monday, December 27, 2010
Standards work of the Northwest Territories
The Act established the standards for the conditions of employment of the Northwest Territories. It is similar to how the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, a U.S. law, by the same standards. Right FunctionThe standards laid down for relations between employers and employees. He detailed the rights of workers and the responsibilities of employers and created to pay mechanisms right disputes.FeaturesThe defines the default number of hours of work as "eight hours per day." and 40 hours per week overtime time defined defined as work above that was standard hours and overtime compensation as and-a-half the regular rate of pay. The law also requires employers, records of wage and payroll for years.AdministrationThe contained two provisions of the Act the appointment of an officer of the standards for the work able inspectors with appointed wide investigative powers to questions work hand. Act was the Council of labour standards. The Board consists of five members including a Chairperson who serve for up to five years. Workers or employers angry officer decisions labour standards "may appeal to the Board of Directors and the Commission decision on the question is," in accordance with the law.