Split-shift waitress loses bid for call-in pay

New Brunswick’s labour board looks at the entire workday, not just one shift, in determining if worker is eligible for minimum reporting wage
|Canadian Employment Law Today

An employee who is working a split shift — coming in, going home and then coming in again later — is not normally entitled to the minimum reporting wage if one of her shifts is for less than three hours, the New Brunswick Labour and Employment Board has ruled.

Under the province’s

Employment Standards Act