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Wage rates 2013 Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program

Date

2013-10-21

Authors

Employment and Social Development Canada

Abstract

Wages, Working Conditions and Occupations
Employers must provide TFW with the same wages and benefits as those provided to their Canadian citizen and permanent resident employees working in the same occupation. In addition, TFWs working in a unionized environment must be paid the wage rate as established under the collective bargaining agreement.

Employers must also agree to review and adjust the wage of the TFW to ensure it meets or exceeds, at all times, the requirements as outlined in the following wage tables for the harvesting and the production of:

Apiary Products
Fruits, vegetables (excluding legumes), flowers, Christmas trees (including on-farm canning/processing, greenhouses/nurseries)
Sod
Tobacco
Bovine
Dairy
Duck
Horse
Mink
Poultry
Sheep
Swine

Issue

2013

Publisher

Employment and Development Canada

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Economic sectors

Agriculture and horticulture workers

Content types

Current Policy

Target groups

Employers, agencies and their representatives

Geographical focuses

Federal and National relevance

Spheres of activity

Law, Management of human resources, and Political science

Languages

English