Saskatchewan Minimum Wage Increase, Revised Posting

Saskatchewan repealed its Labour Standards Act replacing it with an amendment to The Saskatchewan Employment Act known as the Minimum Wage Regulations, 2014 (R.R.S., c. S-15.1, Reg. 3).

As part of the amended language, the Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety will adjust Saskatchewan’s minimum wage each year based on changes to the Consumer Price Index. The Province announced that it will increase the minimum wage rate to $10.20 per hour effective October 1, 2014.

A copy of Saskatchewan’s Minimum Wage Regulations, 2014 must be posted by every employer “in a conspicuous position in the place where employees are engaged in their duties” according to the Act.

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