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A review of the enforcement of equal pay for work of equal value legislation in Canada

Lynn Kaye

A review of the enforcement of equal pay for work of equal value legislation in Canada

by Lynn Kaye

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Published by National Action Committee on the Status of Women in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wage discrimination,
  • Equal pay for equal work,
  • Law and legislation,
  • Employment,
  • Pay equity,
  • Women

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lynn C. Kaye
    ContributionsNational Action Committtee on the Status of Women
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p. ;
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26621774M

    With Budget , the Government proposes to introduce historic proactive pay equity legislation that will reduce the gender wage gap and ensure that women working in federally regulated industries receive equal pay for work of equal value. This will be included in budget implementation legislation. For many women, the slogan “equal pay for work of equal value” has replaced the slogan “equal pay for equal work,” which is embodied in the Equal Pay Act of More generally, the issue raised is that of pay equity in a labor market that is highly segregated by sex.

      A study in the American Review of Canadian Studies found Ontario’s pay equity law — enacted in — has had a “negligible” effect on the wage gap and ratio of men and women in the. The gender pay gap or gender wage gap is the average difference between the remuneration for men and women who are working. Women are generally considered to be paid less than men. There are two distinct numbers regarding the pay gap: non-adjusted versus adjusted pay gap. The latter typically takes into account differences in hours worked, occupations chosen, education and job experience.

      Employees who believe that they are not receiving equal pay for equal work will be entitled to submit a written request to their employer for a review of their rate of pay, and the employer will be required to reply to the request, in writing, within 90 days. Employers will be prohibited from reprising against employees who make such inquiries. principles underpin equal value-based local pay and grading reviews. Equal pay law is broadly the same. Differences in relevant legislation, for example, in regard to the Public Sector Equality Duty, are mentioned in the guide. Check Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland union offices for .


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A review of the enforcement of equal pay for work of equal value legislation in Canada by Lynn Kaye Download PDF EPUB FB2

The first attempt at equal pay legislation in the United States, H.R. "Prohibiting Discrimination in Pay on Account of Sex," was introduced by Congresswoman Winifred C. Stanley of Buffalo, N.Y. on J Twenty years later, legislation passed by the federal government in made it illegal to pay men and women different wage rates for equal work on jobs that require equal skill.

Equal pay for work of equal value: legislation in Canada, an analysis. [Heather E Conway] 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Equal pay for equal work -- Law and legislation -- Canada. Canada. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Heather E Conway.

Find more information about. Canada is setting the tone for the country and the world by proposing a new legislation related to pay equality in the workplace. The federal government has recently introduced legislation that will require all federally regulated employers with ten or more workers to ensure that women and men receive equal pay for work of equal value.

The director is authorized to enforce actions against an employer concerning transparency in pay and employment opportunities, including fines of between $ and $10, per violation. Employers are also required to maintain records of job descriptions and wage rate history for each employee while employed and for 2 years after the employment.

“Equal pay for work of equal value, which is at the heart of this proposed legislation, should be the goal of all employers,” said Lisa Kelly, director of the women’s department at Unifor. Yet little of note was proposed by the Discrimination Law Review (DLR), the body set up to provide the framework for reform of UK equality laws.

1 Instead, it regarded legislation in the equal pay arena as warranted only where ‘there is a clear case and bearing in mind the potential burdens on employers, particularly smaller employers’.

Equal Pay Case, Sir Richard Kirby Archives. Equal Remuneration Convention, International Labour Organization. The Australian Workers Union, Equal pay for work of equal value fact sheet, Economic Society of Australia and New Zealand, The Australian Experience of the Implementation of Equal Pay for Women: A Reassessment, The Pay Equity Act received Royal Assent on Decembringing about a shift in how the right to pay equity is protected in federally regulated workplaces.

It will direct employers to take proactive steps to ensure that they are providing women and men with equal pay for work of equal value and require them to maintain pay equity over.

Equal Pay Act of (EPA), is a landmark U.S. legislation mandating equal pay for equal work, in a measure to end gender-based disparity. The National War Labor Board first advocated equal pay for equal work inand an equal pay act was proposed in On JPresident Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act into law.

Pay equity – "equal work for work of equal value" is legally required in separate pay equity legislation for the public sector in Manitoba, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island and for the public and certain private sectors in Quebec and Ontario.

This document will provide an overview of these pieces of pay equity legislation. In the Equal Pay Act was passed, prohibiting unequal pay and working conditions between men and women. The Act did not come into force until Its foundations had been laid by women’s industrial action at the Ford car-manufacturing plants in and the resulting legislation introduced in by the MP Barbara Castle.

A) The principle ʺequal pay for equal workʺ makes it illegal to pay nurses and fire fighters differently if their jobs are deemed to be of equal worth to the employer. B) Every jurisdiction in Canada has legislation incorporating the principle of equal pay for equal work.

The Court ruled that the women's work was equal in value to that of male radio officers earningand each woman received IEPin back pay.

Such cases draw attention to the potential of the equal pay laws, thus encouraging trade unions or employers to be proactive in examining pay systems, thereby avoiding becoming entangled.

Get this from a library. Wage discrimination and women workers: the move towards equal pay for work of equal value in Canada. [Lindsay Niemann; Canada. Women's Bureau.].

The Equal Pay Act prohibits employers with four or more employees from paying unequal wages to men and women for doing the same or substantially similar work, except if the wage difference is based upon a seniority system, a merit system, a system measuring earnings by quantity or quality of production, or factors other than gender.

“Without a doubt, active enforcement of. the Pay Equity Act will lead to a narrowing of the gap and will build a more prosperous and fair Ontario for everybody in this province, regardless of gender.” – Kevin Flynn, Ontario’s Minister of Labour, on Equal Pay Day, Ap 1. Read, J.

(July 5, ). Review of the Pay Equity Act. The legislation sets out what must be done in the course of establishing the pay equity plan (e.g., joint committees), period for comments requirements, posting requirements, the actual substantive contents required of the pay equity plan, phase-in compensation increases rules, and required review periods for the pay equity plan.

Research on the male-female wage differential in Canada has produced evidence of a substantial link between occupational segregation and low female earnings. Because most Canadian labour jurisdictions have enacted equal pay for equal work legislation, this component of the wage gap is unaffected.

Consequently, programs which attempt to desegregate occupations and/or resolve. The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission has recommended that proactive and comprehensive pay equity legislation be enacted. This recommendation has not been pursued by the Government of Saskatchewan. Inhowever, the government undertook the development of an Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value and Pay Equity Policy Framework.

For example, New South Wales required equal pay for equal work inbut the corresponding federal law wasn’t passed until Inthe principle of equal pay for equivalent work was added to federal legislation, and equal pay for equivalent or comparable work became national law in the Fair Work Act in.

3. Equal Pay for Equal Work 5 4. Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value 6 5. Work of Equal Value as Assessed by the Employer 8 6. The Principle of Consistent Criteria under Comparable Circumstances 9 7.

Discrimination in Pay 10 Section II Factors Affecting Equal Pay 1. Determination of Equal Value 11 2. Determination of Individual Pay This page provides a concise overview of the legal implications of equal pay and a guide to some of the important terms and principles in the Equality Act More detailed information is available in the Code of Practice on equal pay.

The code is the authoritative, comprehensive and technical guide to the Act’s provisions on how to ensure that women and men receive the equal pay and.The principle of equal rates of pay for all employees in an organization performing the same kind and amount of work, regardless of any personal characteristics that are not job-related, is called A.

equal pay for work of equal value B. pay equity C. equal pay for equal work D. non-discriminatory job-related pay rates E. reverse discrimination.