British Columbia First Nation Chiefs’ Wage Disparity

In the age of transparency, fairness, and equity this infographic demonstrates how spectacularly different the British Columbia Chiefs’ total compensation per registered member across 74 reserves in British Columbia. The […]
Published on April 17, 2019

In the age of transparency, fairness, and equity this infographic demonstrates how spectacularly different the British Columbia Chiefs’ total compensation per registered member across 74 reserves in British Columbia. The highest paid per capita Chief of Kwikwetlem First Nation makes $8,236 per capita while the lowest paid Chief of Old Massett Village Council only makes $6 per capita.

View the entire Charticle here: Wage Disparity – British Columbia Chiefs – March 27 2019

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