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  Averaging of Hours Permit Application
This permit allows an employer to average the hours of work of an employee or group of employees work over a period of weeks. Modified work arrangements can be negotiated with an employee or group of employees for up to 12 hours in a day or 160 hours in 4 weeks. Where a shift cycle requires a longer day or a longer period of averaging, an employer, with the support of a majority of the employees, can apply for an averaging permit from the Director of Employment Standards. (Section 2-20).
  Modified Work Arrangement Template
Section 2-19 of The Saskatchewan Employment Act now allows employers and employees to average hours using a Modified Work Arrangement (MWA). Under the following conditions, averaging of hours does not require a permit from the Director of Employment Standards.
  Move a Public Holiday Permit Application
This application requests for authorization to move a public holiday to another day (section 2-31(b)(ii)).
  One Day's Rest in Seven Permit Application
This application requests for authorization to vary the rule that employees who work more than 20 hours per week get one day off per week (subsection 2-11).
  Scheduling Variation Permit Application
This application requests for authorization to vary the rule that employees working more than 20 hours in a retail business with 10 or more employees get two consecutive days off per week.
  Two Day's Rest in Seven Permit Application
The Two Day’s Rest in Seven Permit allows employers to change the rules regarding their employees’ days off or “period of rest.”
  Youth Employment Permit Application
This application requests for authorization to vary the youth employment rules.