TIM HORTONS REACTS TO $14 MINIMUM WAGE

Jan 04, 2018

By Andy Johnson

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Tim Hortons, synonymous with the double double, and which has annual revenues in excess of $4 billion, has decided to cut remuneration and benefits to workers in Cobourg, in reaction to the new $14 provincial minimum wage.
Ron Joyce Junior, and Jeri-Lynn Horton Joyce, the son and daughter of the two men who built the chain, have informed employees at two outlets in Cobourg that they will no longer be paid for breaks and their medical and dental benefits will be scaled back unless the employee decides to bear some of the cost.
The parent company has issued a statement saying that wages and benefits are up to individual franchisees.
The Financial Post says Tim Hortons had revenues of more than $4 billion in 2016.
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