Tim Hortons heirs cut paid breaks and worker benefits after minimum wage hike, employees say

CBC News
January 04, 2018
By CBC News
Cobourg, Ont. – Employees at an Ontario Tim Hortons owned by the children of the chain's founders say they have been told to sign a document acknowledging they are losing paid breaks, paid benefits, and other incentives as a result of the province's minimum wage hike. CBC News reports. | READ MORE

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