The Government of B.C. has tabled legislation which, for now, entitles employees to three paid sick days for leave related to COVID-19. Employers will be required to pay employees their full wages (based on an average of the prior 30 days). The proposed law (Bill 13) also allows for a permanent paid sick leave to be prescribed in the future.
The B.C. government has promised it ...
As British Columbia battles the third wave of COVID-19, the government has introduced legislation which, if passed, will provide employees with paid leave to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
On April 1, 2021, the British Columbia government introduced an unpaid job-protected leave of absence for employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine, or to assist a dependent in getting ...
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