Pay Equity Certificate

Date and Time

Starts:09/12/2022 8:30 AM

Ends:09/14/2022 1:30 PM

Registration Closes:09/12/2022 12:00 PM

Event Type: Certificate Program

13 CPD Hour(s)

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This program will be delivered via ZOOM:

Module 1:   The Ontario Pay Equity Act: Introduction and Enforcement
Monday, September 12:  8:30AM -12:30PM 

Module 2:   Achievement of Pay Equity
Tuesday, September 13:  8:30AM -12:30PM 

Module 3: Maintaining Pay Equity and Consequences of Non-Compliance
Wednesday, September 14: 8:30AM to 1:30PM 

Ensure your organization is pay equity compliant.

This 3 module certificate program provides HR leaders with the essential background to the Ontario Pay Equity Act and the obligations imposed on employers in the Province to comply.  You will learn the necessary steps to both achieve and maintain pay equity to gauge your organization's state of compliance with the legislation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify and understand the legal framework of pay equity in Ontario
  • Understand the roles of the Pay Equity Commission and the Pay Equity Hearings Tribunal in enforcement
  • Learn the necessary the steps required to achieve pay equity
  • Identify those events that give rise to pay equity maintenance obligations
  • Determine your organizations state of compliance and understand the consequences of non-compliance


Who should attend:

Human resources professionals, officials from employers' associations and Chambers of Commerce, managers and supervisors with responsibility for compensation and pay equity.

Please be advised that this program is designed to address the Ontario Pay Equity Act and not the Federal Pay Equity legislation.

Speaker bio(s)
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.