On June 1, 2020, hourly minimum wage rates were increased in British Columbia.
Details of the increase include:
- General minimum wage increases 5.4% to $14.60 per hour, an increase of $0.75 per hour.
- Liquor server minimum wage increases 9.8% to $13.95 per hour, an increase of $1.25 per hour.
- Resident caretaker minimum wage, per month, increases 5.4% to $876.35 for those who manage nine to 60 units (an increase of $35.12/unit), or $2,985.04 for 61 or more units.
- Live-in camp leader minimum wage, per day, increases 5.4% to $116.86.
See the BC Employment Standards website for further details.
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