How long should you wait for your manager to show up?
My rule of thumb for how long you should wait for someone who is late is 25 to 30 minutes. It is no different for family or friends than it is for your boss or a professor. After 30 minutes, you are good to go with no apology.
Can my boss make me wait to clock in?
Many employers make their employees wait to clock in until their assigned shifts begin. If the employee is not working and must wait until the beginning of the assigned shift to begin working, there is no violation in restricting the time at which the employee clocks in.
Can my employer schedule me for 2 hours?
Unless you have a contract which requires employers to schedule you to work a minimum number of hours, an employer has the legal right to schedule its employees any way it deems necessary for its business.
Is a three hour shift legal?
Employees are generally entitled to 3 hours of reporting pay unless the employer has scheduled a shorter shift. If employees are not told of the length of their shift in advance, they must be paid for 3 hours or for the time they worked, whichever is more.
What is a 44 hour work week?
If week 1 = 40 hours; week 2 = 44 hours; week 3 = 48 hours; week 4 = 40 hours: Average for weeks 1, 2 and 3 = 44 hours….Normal hours of work.If you workYour contractual hours of work are5 days or less a weekUp to 9 hours per day or 44 hours a weekMore than 5 days a weekUp to 8 hours a day or 44 hours a week
Is it better to get paid hourly or salary?
Salaried employees enjoy the security of steady paychecks, and they tend to pull in higher overall income than hourly workers. And they typically have greater access to benefits packages, bonuses, and paid vacation time.
How much notice does an employer have to give for a schedule change?
An employee must not be required to change from one shift to another without at least 24 hours’ written notice and at least 8 hours’ rest between shifts.
Can a manager change your schedule without notice?
From the Department of Labor According to the Department of Labor, “an employer may change an employee’s work hours without giving prior notice or obtaining the employee’s consent (unless otherwise subject to a prior agreement between the employer and employee or the employee’s representative).”