Worker Solidarity

We support workers that are owed wages, tips, or respect from their employer. Join us in organizing public pressure and direct action campaigns against bosses that exploit.

Grade My Boss

Grade my Boss is designed to expose the working conditions of retail and restaurant workplaces in Greater Victoria by asking workers about the common practices at their job.

$15 & Change

Join us in the call for a $15 minimum wage; protection from unfair dismissals, harassment, and discrimination; paid sick days; advanced schedules; and an end to on-call shifts.

April 21, 2018 in Press Release, Protect Our Tips, Rights

Off the Menu: Province Abolishes Sexist Liquor Server Wage

VICTORIA, BC - As the province moves towards a $15 minimum wage, the BC NDP government announced today that they will slowly close the gap between the lower liquor server’s wage and the provincial minimum wage. The liquor server’s minimum wage has been criticized by restaurant workers across the province as a policy that reinforces gender pay inequity while also enabling sexual harassment and abuse from customers. The liquor server…
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Problems at work?

Are you owed wages or tips? Have you been fired without cause? Feeling exploited? We can help!

We are a network of workers and labour activists that fight for workplace justice, increased wages, and better conditions for retail and hospitality workers. We help you get what you’re owed from your boss.

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Grade My Boss

Grade My Boss exposes the working conditions of retail and restaurant workplaces in Victoria by asking workers about the common practices at their job. Check out the grades that workplaces get, and follow this link to grade your workplace too!

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Social Events

Join your co-workers and labour activists for some worker solidarity, cheap drinks, and delicious food.

Enjoy community dinners, solidarity action in the community and open mic hangout at the end of the night.

$15 & Change

Retail and hospitality workers deserve better. Employment standards in BC are a shame, and we’re fighting to raise the standards.

Wages, scheduling, and basic dignities need to be drastically improved. We are pushing to do this on a provincial level. Help us make this change, sign the petiton, and get involved in this campaign.

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