I've been scouring through the labour code trying to find info on overtime and minimum standards for payment to employees. Specifically, time paid for doing a 'service call' (I'm a plumber). My current employer is only paying for time on the jobsite, not including driving time to and from the site.
For example, I was called last night to a job in Vancouver. I left at 5:20pm, got on site at 6:05pm, was there for 25 minutes and home by 7:05.
Now not getting paid for travel time is one thing, however I'm now due to get paid only the 25mins I was on site. After looking into the relations guide it does say that any employee show shows up for an unscheduled shift, regardless whether they start working or not is entitled to 2 hours of pay. With that said, does anyone know if there are exceptions to service industry workers and where I might find clarification on that?