Generally, yes. Salaried employees are entitled to overtime for all hours worked beyond 44 hours per week.
This, however, generally does not apply to salaried employees who are considered managers or supervisors. Specifically, employees that perform work that is managerial or supervisory in nature are not entitled to receive overtime pay, unless the tasks performed are on an irregular or exceptional basis, and the employee exceeds 44 hours of work in the relevant week.
If you are an employee and your employer has failed to provide you with overtime payment, and you would like assistance with enforcing your rights under the Employment Standards Act, 2000, please contact Toronto employment lawyers, Sultan Lawyers, at (416) 214-5111 or via email to email@example.com.