Mon., April 26, 2021 3 min. read
To hear executives at two of Canada’s largest retailers and a private long-term-care home chain tell it, they did a pretty bang up job handling the pandemic — and promptly wrote themselves hefty bonus cheques to prove it.
We’re talking about millions in bonuses, on top of salaries that already put them in the top one per cent.
It was, to be blunt, a disgusting display of corporate greed in a difficult year. One that saw front-line staff struggle to get by on meagre salaries and their pandemic pay cut prematurely — all while worrying about contracting COVID-19 on the job and bringing it home to their families.