The Conference Board of Canada has released what it thinks the average person is getting for a raise next year.
The Board says organizations are planning moderate increases to base salaries in 2016 – 2.6% for the average non-union worker, which is just a bit higher than what inflation is expected to be at 2.4%.
The Board projects government salaries will get the biggest boost, while those in health get the lowest.
You’re in luck if you’re in Saskatchewan, where the highest raise is expected.
Not so much in B.C., where the lowest average raise is expected at only 2.3%.
But at least it’s not a salary freeze, right?