Salaries

Kate Segall, the CVRD’s director for Mill Bay/Malahat, said area directors’ salaries should reflect the Cowichan Valley’s living wage. (Citizen file photo)

Most CVRD electoral area directors want a pay raise

Claim current pay is well below living wage

 

Klaus Kuhn, the CVRD’s director for Youbou/Meade Creek, questioned why more than half of the district’s employees are getting paid more than $75,000 at a recent board meeting. (File photo)

Director questions staff salaries at Cowichan Valley Regional District

More than 100 made in excessive of $75,000 in 2021

 

North Cowichan Coun. Kate Marsh said providing a guaranteed basic income to Canadians would greatly assist many who make low incomes. (File photo)

North Cowichan endorses guaranteed basic income

Union of British Columbia Municipalities to debate issue at AGM

 

Living Wage BC has calculated that the living wage in the Cowichan Valley in 2021 is $19.13. (Metro Creative photo)

The living wage for the Cowichan Valley in 2021 is $19.13 an hour

Living wage is almost a dollar more than in 2019

Living Wage BC has calculated that the living wage in the Cowichan Valley in 2021 is $19.13. (Metro Creative photo)
In this Jan. 9, 2019, file photo, Facebook employees sit at their stations during a tour of its new 130,000-square-foot offices in Cambridge, Mass. Facebook, Open Text and Shopify are transitioning to permanent work from home, but that will likely mean changes to compensation and salaries if you live or move somewhere not in the vicinity of your current office. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/Elise Amendola, File

Canadians working from home permanently should expect salary changes: experts

Some companies, like Facebook, have already announced changes

In this Jan. 9, 2019, file photo, Facebook employees sit at their stations during a tour of its new 130,000-square-foot offices in Cambridge, Mass. Facebook, Open Text and Shopify are transitioning to permanent work from home, but that will likely mean changes to compensation and salaries if you live or move somewhere not in the vicinity of your current office. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/Elise Amendola, File