A Pay Equity Case Study: The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

By |September 24th, 2013|

A Case of Pay Equity:

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

In another example of Pay Equity cases that continue, the lines of job comparison are blurred. On 30 April 1999, the CUPE union representing CBC production assistants lodged a complaint to the Canadian Human Rights Commission. This complaint dealt with the inequity of pay between mainly female production assistants,  as compared with camera technicians, comprised more of males. Both of these jobs are from the same institution: CBC.

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Providing Pay Equity Proof

By |September 24th, 2013|

Providing Pay Equity Proof

Since 1988, the Pay Equity Commission has been ensuring that companies provide equal pay, for work of equal value. This work is done through investigators that call on companies to provide proof of their programs that support this legislative Act, and its requirements of companies in Ontario. If you are an employer in Ontario with more than 10 employees, you are required to implement a Pay Equity plan to ensure your compliance with the Pay Equity Act.

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A Guide to Ontario’s Pay Equity Act

By |September 24th, 2013|

Guide to Ontario’s Pay Equity Act

If you are a business in Ontario, there are regulations governing the fair and equitable payment of both genders within your business concerning the same performed activities. The average person and most small businesses in Ontario are used to simply taking this very important act for granted, either that it does exist or that it does not. It is still in effect and can negatively impact your business as outlined below.

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