WestJet employees say company is breaking labour laws

The National

WestJet flight attendants say the company is breaking labour laws, alleging that they are earning less than minimum wage because they only get paid for time in the air — not for the time they spend at airports or preparing the plane. Experts say the company may be violating a federal labour rule that requires companies to pay employees for all hours worked, not just one activity

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