You’ll note that all the questions below are behavioural based questions; meaning that you are asking for examples of things that the candidate has done in their past jobs. These types of questions eliminate a “yes” or “no” response and provide you with insight into how the candidate has handled “real life” situations at work.
According to the Employment Standards Act of BC, non-management employees are entitled to receive 1 ½ times their regular pay after 8 hours a day or after 40 hours a week. They are entitled to double their regular pay after 12 hours a day. (Note: The law permits for averaging agreements but they must be compliant with the legislation.)
Do you have salaried employees or employees who work the same number of hours each day? Employers are often surprised to hear that they have an obligation to keep a daily record of hours, even for people whose hours don’t fluctuate.
There are many surveys and key indicators that this is also the time of year when unhappy or disengaged employees start to look for a new job. For that reason alone, this is a great time to take a look at how you’re engaging and retaining your employees, are they happy?