Watch single mom and striking Dominion worker Cherie call out billionaire boss Galen Weston (Loblaw CEO) in a powerful video that’s
More than 1,400 workers at Loblaw-owned Dominion stores across Newfoundland and Labrador are on strike due to the employer’s refusal to offer fair wages and more full-time jobs with benefits. Workers are tired of scraping by, barely able to afford the groceries they stock and sell every day and scrambling through unpredictable schedules with no sick days, while one of Canada’s richest families make billions in profits.
It’s time Loblaws paid these workers a fair wage and reversed the trend of eliminating full-time jobs.
Unifor calls on employers to raise the bar for all food, pharmacy and other essential retail workers by making pandemic wage premiums permanent.
For Canada’s retail workers, a wage increase is long overdue—workers across Canada deserve better than low wages and precarious work.
Sign this petition to help raise the bar for everyone by encouraging CEOs and senior executives at Canada’s largest retailers to make COVID-19 wage premiums permanent.
Workers essential to the functioning of our country report living paycheque to paycheque, struggling to cover rent or food costs, and being unable to get ahead in order to reduce debt, start a family, or become a home-owner.
Hazard pay for workers during the pandemic is the minimum that employers can do during these unprecedented times. Employers must commit to permanently improving the living conditions of workers.
Unions and labour activists have been calling for a living wage and better work protections for Canadians for decades.
It’s time for employers to take bold steps toward a living wage for all.