British Columbia Lottery Corporation launches new programme for employees

BCLC launched the programme during its Multiculturalism week.
BCLC launched the programme during its Multiculturalism week.

The new programme allows employees to substitute up to six statutory holidays.

Canada.- British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC) has announced the launch of a new programme for employees during its Multiculturalism Week. New flexibility will allow workers to substitute up to six statutory observed holidays in the BCLC calendar with days significant to their personal, cultural, or religious beliefs.

The BCLC was recognised as a “5-Star Diversity & Inclusion Employer” by the Human Resources Director Canada in 2022 due to its efforts in creating an inclusive work environment.

Sandy Austin, BCLC’s chief people officer, said: “As an employer, we recognise that there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach when it comes to holidays and as our work with diversity, inclusion and belonging moves forward, so must our approach to our practices.”

Madhavee Inamdar, manager of diversity, inclusion and belonging, added: “We are incredibly fortunate to have such a diverse workforce and are honouring that diversity and reaffirming our commitment to fostering an inclusive culture at BCLC where all employees feel that they are seen, valued and belong.”

BCLC and Instant Win Gaming launch new game

British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC) and Instant Win Gaming (IWG) have announced the launch of Set for Life. The game is available to players both in retail and online and incorporates an annuity prize. Set for Life is available in British Columbia as well as Manitoba.

The eInstant version of the game mirrors the retail experience. Both offer the Set for Life top prize of $1,000 a week for 25 years.

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