Ministry of Labour
- Domestic and Sexual Violence Leave
Recent changes to B.C.’s employment standards provide job-protected, unpaid leave for people who have faced domestic or sexual violence. Our government is now reviewing input from employers, employees and family members about providing paid leave for people facing these experiences.
- Fair Wages Commission
An independent commission tasked with advising government on increases to minimum wages, and examining the discrepancy between the minimum wage and living wages in B.C.
- Minimum Wage
On June 1, 2019, British Columbia’s minimum wage increased to $13.85/hr, continuing the path towards a $15-an-hour minimum wage by June 2021.
- Occupational Health and Safety
Provides an overview of legislative and regulatory occupational health and safety requirements.
- Workers' Compensation Appeal Tribunal
Information about the tribunal and the appeal process.
- Workers Compensation Act Revision
A rewriting to improve the readability and layout of the Worker’s Compensation Act.
BC Labour Relations Board
An independent, administrative tribunal with the mandate to mediate and adjudicate employment and labour relations matters related to unionized workplaces.
Employers’ Advisers Office
As a branch of the Ministry of Labour, the Employers' Advisers provides advice, assistance, representation and education to employers, potential employers and employer associations concerning workers' compensation issues in accordance with section 94 of the Workers Compensation Act.
Workers’ Advisers Office
Operating independently of WorkSafeBC, the Workers' Advisers Office provides free advice and assistance to workers and their dependants on disagreements they may have with WorkSafeBC decisions.