In our June 28 blog post, we wrote about calculating holidays and holiday pay for employees working in British Columbia who are entitled to holiday pay. With Labour Day approaching, we thought we would revisit the topic.
Did you know that there are many employees who do not have any entitlement to statutory holidays under the British Columbia Employment Standards Act
Canadian employers will soon encounter a new landscape when it comes to drug and alcohol testing in safety sensitive workplaces as cannabis use is set to be legalized in October 2018. Employers are faced with balancing employee privacy rights in terms of their off duty conduct, with safety concerns in the workplace. Of paramount concern for employers is whether an employee ...
For the first time in over two decades, an independent review of the Employment Standards Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 113 (the "Act"), is underway. The review is being conducted by the British Columbia Law Institute's Employment Standards Act Reform Project (the "Project"). The Ministry of Labour is a participant observer in the Project. Given the ministry's involvement, it is ...
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