N-1.1 - Act respecting labour standards

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53. An employer may, with the authorization of the Commission, stagger the working-hours of his employees on a basis other than a weekly basis, provided that the average of the working-hours is equivalent to the standard provided for in the law or the regulations.
A collective agreement or a decree may provide, on the same conditions, without the authorization provided for under the first paragraph being necessary, for the staggering of working hours on a basis other than a weekly basis.
The employer and the employee may also agree, on the same conditions, on the staggering of working hours on a basis other than a weekly basis, without the authorization provided for in the first paragraph being necessary. In such a case, the following conditions also apply:
(1)  the agreement must be evidenced in writing and provide for the staggering of working hours over a maximum period of four weeks;
(2)  a work week may not exceed the standard provided for in the law or the regulations by more than 10 hours; and
(3)  either the employee or the employer may resiliate the agreement with notice of at least two weeks before the expected end of the staggering period agreed upon.
1979, c. 45, s. 53; 2018, c. 212018, c. 21, s. 8.
53. An employer may, with the authorization of the Commission, stagger the working-hours of his employees on a basis other than a weekly basis, provided that the average of the working-hours is equivalent to the norm provided in the Act or the regulations.
A collective agreement or a decree may provide, on the same conditions, without the authorization provided for under the first paragraph being necessary, for the staggering of working hours on a basis other than a weekly basis.
1979, c. 45, s. 53.