Alberta saw 13 CEOs make the top 100 list, compared to just 11 in 2020. And most of them were in the energy sector.
We were the only province to see how much new hires were offered increase by less than $1 over the last 3 years.
On average, wages for all Alberta workers are up by more than $35 a week. But most of that increase is with salaried workers.
Alberta saw 9 CEOs cut from the top 100 list, compared to 2019.
Every time we tip, we reinforce the idea that business owners can pay their workers less because they make so much in tips.
The Alberta government recently released data for weekly earnings in the province. I found data for all the provinces.
Most of them were in oil and gas.
Earlier this month, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives released a report on CEO compensation in Canada. In it, David Macdonald, a senior economist with the CCPA, reviews the data behind compensation for CEOs for 2019 and predicts 2020 compensation—which hasn’t been released yet—based on company share performance. For example, he found that, in 2018, […]
Employees and employer will pay up to $268.45 more in 2021 than they did in 2020, and self-employed workers will pay up to $536.90 more.
In fact, union wages are increasing at slower rate now than they were a decade ago.