C

Getting Paid

Wages, overtime, and deductions.

100%
of answers suggest that this workplace obeys the law when it comes to paying wages, overtime, and other minimum requirements that are set out in the BC Employment Standards Act.
0%
of answers suggest that this workplace has policies in place that go above and beyond the minimum legal requirements which can include paying a living wage, transparency around tip pools, and providing regularly scheduled raises for workers.
D

Scheduling

Scheduling practices and the structure of shifts.

50%
of answers suggest that this workplace complies with the BC Employment Standards Act for scheduling such as minimum daily pay requirements and providing time to take breaks.
0%
of answers suggest that this workplace has scheduling practices that allow for their staff to plan their lives, and they are going above the bare minimum set out in the law.
F

Benefits

Access to benefits, vacation time, and leaves from work.

33%
of answers suggest that this workplace is abiding by the law when it comes to the minimum requirements around vacation pay, paid and unpaid leave, and statutory holiday pay.
0%
of answers suggest that this workplace has added health benefits, paid sick days, and removes barriers from workers accessing their benefits.
C

Dignity at Work

Human rights and respectful treatment at work

83%
of answers suggest that this workplace treats their workers with dignity and respect in accordance with the Human Rights Code.
0%
of answers suggest that this workplace has policies in place to ensure a workplace free from discrimination, and has H.R processes in place such as regular performance reviews.
C

Safety at Work

Health and safety in the workplace and the commitment to respecting the privacy of workers.

33%
of answers suggest that this workplace complies with the minimum regulations set out by WorkSafeBC.
75%
of answers suggest that this workplace goes above and beyond to consider the health and safety of their workers, and respects their personal privacy.
D

Workplace Justice

Ensuring workers are free to organize for improvements at work, and are informed of their rights

16%
of answers suggest that this workplace respects the freedom of their workers to organize for improvements in the workplace, and that information about workplace rights is readily available.
50%
of answers suggest that this workplace is working to undo the exploitative nature of employment, and actively supports the workers to organize around workplace justice and improving working conditions.

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