Only if you're unionized.kuba said:is there a law in ontario that states you are allowed one day off for moving purposes?
I was still a student in payroll/benefits when they ditched it. People would call us up and be all 'Hey Goober! Where's my moving day?' and we'd be all 'Tough luck, Borax."janiecakes said:I didn't even know we even used to have an effing moving day! I should obviously be filing a grievance against somebody.
You're not providing very good information. Personal/sick days are at the discretion of the employer as per your employment agreement and are not covered under the ESA 2000.joey said:you are allowed 10 a year (personal/sick)
I'm in a union we get what are called vacation days, and they can be applied to moving.. also there are "sick days" which one can use on the slyVincent Vega said:Only if you're unionized.
You get one every month immediately followed by a "recuperation day." If you don't move in that month you can carry your moving days forward throughout your union career and retire a couple of months early.
*runs from Janiecakes*