LEIDOS employees are known for being highly paid, and in this case, they may also be looking for an extra income stream.
According to the Alberta Human Rights Commission, employees at costco.ca are entitled to an hourly wage of $10.25 per hour and a weekly wage of up to $15.00 per week.
However, the company’s policy states that employees who do not complete the required training must be compensated in accordance with the Wage and Hour Act.
As well, employees are paid a minimum wage of about $14.90 per hour, which is also based on the federal minimum wage.
Employees are also entitled to benefits, including overtime pay and holiday pay, which varies depending on the location.
However a new Alberta law stipulates that only the employees who work in a costcos retail store can qualify for the new benefits.
The new law has been brought forward in response to a class action lawsuit brought by a number of employees who claimed that they were not paid for their work during the shutdown.
The law allows workers to appeal a decision on their wages, hours, and benefits within five working days of being informed of the decision.
It has also been reported that the new law was introduced after a union representing the costcos employees successfully petitioned the Alberta Supreme Court to overturn the decision of the Alberta Court of Appeal.
This new law does not affect employees who have worked at the costco for less than a year, and does not apply to those who work at other locations, such as gas stations.