Pay Equity Certificate

Date and Time

Starts:09/17/2020 8:00 AM

Ends:09/18/2020 4:30 PM

Event Type: Certificate

14 Hours Hour(s)

Yorkville Conference Center 150 Bloor St W, 2nd FL Toronto, ON


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Ensure your pay systems are fair and equitable.

Employers need the proper education and training on pay equity principles and procedures to ensure they conform to Ontario’s Pay Equity Act.

This two-day certificate program provides HR leaders with the knowledge to build proper pay systems; the factors related to gender discrimination; plus the law and pay equity compliance procedures. Through legal and historical context you will come out of the certificate being able to design a pay system that it is in compliance with pay equity law.

Learning objectives:

<  Design a fair and equitable pay system.

<  Identify and understand the historical and legal context of pay equity.

<  Apply relevant theories to analyze gender pay discrimination.

<  Devise a compensation system that is in compliance with the pay equity act.

<  Maintain pay equity in your organization.

Who should attend:

Human resource professionals; trade union officials; representatives from government, such as the Ministry of Labour; officials from employers’ associations and Chambers of Commerce; managers and supervisors with responsibility for pay and employment equity and compensation; representatives from organizations involved in promoting gender equality.

Please be advised that this program is designed to address the Ontario Pay Equity Act. Presenters might touch upon the new federal legislation but will not discuss the Federal Pay Equity Act in depth. Please consider this information before registering.

Speaker bio(s)
Speaker Carolyn Kay

Carolyn Kay

Carolyn is a Partner with Hicks Morley where she has practiced since 1985 after graduating from Osgoode Hall Law School.

Carolyn has represented hundreds of employers in their dealings with the Pay Equity Commission and the Pay Equity Hearings Tribunal. She has been counsel on many of the leading pay equity cases interpreting the legislation. Carolyn works closely with employers providing strategic advice designed to meet the challenges of the legislation.