One of the most frequently asked questions about the living wage is “How is a living wage any different from the minimum wage”?
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United Way Niagara is pleased to announce that Thorold Community Credit Union has become a certified living wage employer at the Champion level.
Business owners who offer a living wage are saying they are seeing better productivity, happier employees and better employee retention.
A living wage is different than the provincially mandated minimum wage as it reflects the cost of living and is not legislated, but something progressive organizations commit to implementing to benefit their workers, their bottom line, and the local economy.