How to Develop a Total Compensation Strategy?
Industry leaders have their Total Compensation strategy locked in and are using it as a competitive advantage. In this article, learn how to take full advantage of developing a Total Compensation strategy for your Tourism & Hospitality business.
How to Determine Wages – Small Employers Guide
Setting wages is a key aspect of running a business. In this article, learn how to determine wages as a small employer in the Hospitality & Tourism Industry in BC.
Understanding Staff Housing Through a Total Compensation Lens – 5 Tips for BC Tourism & Hospitality Employers
Staff housing can be a key part of a worker’s total compensation in many regions of the province. In this article, learn the 5 tips of Understanding Staff Housing Through a Total Compensation Lens fpr BC Tourism & Hospitality Employers.
Benefits of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Training
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) training helps create a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. Employees learn about the importance of respecting and appreciating differences, fostering an environment where everyone feels valued and included. This can lead to increased employee morale, engagement, and a sense of belonging which can pay off for business in many ways.
BC’s New Pay Transparency Act
For all BC employers, BC’s new Pay Transparency Act is now in effect. The purpose of the new legislation is to close the gender pay gap which is the first step towards pay equity. Pay equity means all are paid the same wage for the same job. When salary is transparent, as is the goal of pay transparency, it helps level the playing field. Pay transparency reduces entrenched biases around pay and is a concerted effort to close racial and gender pay disparity.
The Vancouver Aquarium is Committed to Keeping Workers Safe Every Day
Liz Kruse, Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Officer at the Vancouver Aquarium talks about how her business prioritizes health and safety with go2HR’s COR certification.
COR Certification with go2HR is a Testament to Workplace Safety Culture
Sergio Altenhofer from SerVantage Services Group explains why businesses should invest in workplace safety with go2HR’s COR Program.
What is a Living Wage?
Living Wage is the regional-specific wage minimum that allows families to afford necessities including shelter and food, and participation in your community. It is based on a common family unit in BC of two full-time working parents and two children. Learn all about Living Wage, the benefits of a Living Wage, how it is invested in your community, and why you should consider a Living Wage in your region.
Unsure of where to start? Reach out to your regional HR Consultant today to discuss how to find value in becoming a Living Wage Employer and what that transition means for your business.
Compensation Philosophy & Benchmarking Wages
Determining what to pay your employees is a critical decision for your business. Benchmarking your wages gives you a strategic perspective that aligns with your business goals, needs and direction.
Understanding Tips and Gratuities
For workers in the service sector, such as servers, cooks, bartenders, taxi drivers, bell staff and tour guides, gratuities are a substantial part of their income.
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