what if hes not paying overtime after 40 hours as stated in lmo im working 50 and sometime 60 hours a week they wont pay overtime just standard rate is this grounds for moving to new company and getting new company name on my lmoThe LMO is only good for the employer who applied for it. Your work permit is only good for that employer
It say on lmo that any hours worked over 40 will be payed at time and halfAs Auld Yin quite rightly says. Your additional work hours paid at a standard rate have no bearing on your LMO or your wish to have that LMO transferred to a new company.
So far as breaching the LMO itself, Your present company. will find themselves in very hot water and fined heavily if indeed they are found to be breaching the terms of the LMO. However, this would have no effect on your circumstances.
Your only recourse so far as a new employer is concerned, is to speak with them and ask that they apply for an LMO on your behalf. If they are prepared to do this for you then, when the paperwork comes through, you will be able to legally work for the new company. Until then, you are stuck with your situation
Well tell/show it to the employer. Are you prepared to state that you will contact theIt say on lmo that any hours worked over 40 will be payed at time and half