Ontario is introducing new legislation into Parliament today (March 6th, 2018) with the intent of closing the Gender Pay Equity […]
The Ontario Pay Equity Commission will continue to host consultations across the province via the Gender Wage Gap Steering Committee. The goal of the committee’s Townhall meetings is to conduct consultation sessions in order to gain input and receive recommendations, on a go-forward wage gap strategy.
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As a strict requirement of pay equity legislation, Employers are required to provide for pay equity for female job classes by objectively valuing those job classes, and comparing female and male job classes on the basis of skill, effort, responsibility and working conditions. This is to be done by applying gender neutral criteria.
The Pay Equity Commission seems to be ramping up their efforts to ensure Employers in Ontario are compliant with Pay Equity Legislation. We have summarized some recent Pay Equity cases and their outcomes…
House Statement by the Honourable Kevin Flynn Minister of Labour and the Honourable Teresa Piruzza Minister Responsible for Women’s Issues on Equal Pay Day
A very good statement from the House of Commons regarding Equal Pay Day in Ontario…
HCI will be presenting the Proxy Method of Pay Equity Seminar in Mississauga on June 17th, and Sudbury on June 24th, 2014. Check our seminars link to learn more…
Pay Equity continues to be an international concern. While Canada continues to struggle with ensuring female job classes are paid equitably to their male comparators, this issue spans continental borders.