Jun 21, 2018
Jun 21, 2018
Supreme Court of Canada Pay Equity Decisions –
Implications for Ontario and Pay Equity Bargaining Technical Training on Pay Equity Maintenance
On May 10, 2018, the Supreme Court released decisions on two Quebec cases that will have a significant impact on pay equity for all of Ontario’s unions, particularly affiliates that represent workers in female-dominated workplaces governed by the proxy-comparison method. The decisions also make important rulings on pay equity maintenance. These key wins are relevant for litigation, law reform and public advocacy. Attend this seminar to get a technical briefing on how the cases help with pay equity enforcement and to get technical training on pay equity maintenance.
Afternoon sessions will address pay equity enforcement strategies at Review Services and the Tribunal.
Join us on June 21st. The session with be delivered by the Equal Pay Coalition’s co-chairs Jan Borowy and Fay Faraday.
Who should attend: union pay equity specialists; staff representatives; pay equity bargaining committees; local executives; women’s committee members.
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Review of the SCC decisions
Technical training for pay equity specialist maintenance issues:
(1) GNCSs in a time of maintenance: weighting, factors, subfactors, levels in the GNCS;
(2) what to do with the maintenance of deemed approved plans – are you stuck with the compromises of the past?
(3) Afternoon session will address pay equity enforcement strategies.
Registration fee $100: firstname.lastname@example.org 416-441-2731