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Employee attitudes toward compressed work schedules in Ontario

a case study of ten firms

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Published by Administrator in Research Branch, Ontario Ministry of Labour

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        StatementResearch Branch, Ontario Ministry of Labour
        PublishersResearch Branch, Ontario Ministry of Labour
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        LC Classifications1974
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 113 p. :
        Number of Pages66
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        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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        2Employment information series -- 6.
        3Employment information series -- no. 6

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4a human rights Board of Inquiry found that a gay man had suffered discrimination based on family status and sexual orientation when he was subjected to workplace rumours, harassment and false accusations because he was the foster parent to an adolescent boy. I'm also less stressed as work doesn't pile up nor do I ignore my personal responsibilities such as children's events at school, appointments, etc. Health Sciences, supra, note 38 at para.

Flexible work arrangements: What was heard

2 Responding to requests Key messages• Inflexible schedules for work hours and breaks may pose barriers for employees attempting to meet their responsibilities both to their employers and to their loved ones.

The Employment Standards Act and the Ministry of Labour should be consulted for detailed information on these entitlements. Several noted positively the promotional campaigns that the UK government has carried out on the benefits of flex work for all employers and employees, regardless of whether the latter work flexibly themselves.

financial considerations for employers and employees;• Survey respondents favoured having the employer be required to reply in writing within two weeks to a month.

Flexible work arrangements: What was heard

3 91 I already use a flexible work arrangement 10. the burden of additional costs;• Not all participants responded to every question see for more details. What else was heard While recognizing that the Government is committed to introducing a statutory right to request flexible work arrangements, employers and employer associations maintained that creating such a right is not necessary.

Introduction Flexible work arrangements allow employees to alter, on a temporary or permanent basis, their work schedule, the number of hours they work or the location where they do their work, or to take leave from work to meet responsibilities outside of work.

Footnote 2 While 1,262 Canadians responded to the survey, not everyone answered every question.