Overtime averaging and exemptions

Employers must determine if job duties are really managerial before excluding employee from overtime
By Stuart Rudner
|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 07/15/2009

Question: A recently terminated manager said British Columbia Employment Standards informed him he is entitled to overtime pay as there was no written agreement averaging hours worked. Aren’t managers excluded from overtime entitlements? Can he claim overtime now only after he has been terminated? Should we implement an averaging agreement for management positions?