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Pay equity and Ontario"s small business sector

Urban Dimensions Group Inc.

Pay equity and Ontario"s small business sector

a report prepared for Small Business Advocacy, Ontario Ministry of Industry, Trade and Technology

by Urban Dimensions Group Inc.

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Published by Small Business Branch, Small Business, Service Industries and Capital Projects Division, Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Technology in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pay equity -- Ontario,
  • Small business -- Ontario -- Personnel management,
  • Small business -- Ontario -- Statistics,
  • Wages -- Women -- Ontario,
  • Women -- Employment -- Ontario

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Urban Dimensions Group, Inc.
    SeriesSmall business advocacy report, no. 21
    ContributionsOntario. Small Business Advocacy, Ontario. Ministry of Industry, Trade and Technology.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination77,40 p.
    Number of Pages7740
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20062289M

    TORONTO, J – Although turmoil in the Ontario auto sector has led to production cuts and job losses, and weak U.S. demand continues to weigh broadly on the province's manufacturing activity, Ontario will see above-average growth in , according to the Provincial Outlook report released by BMO Capital Markets Economics. “Real GDP will likely contract . demonstrate that pay equity is a realistic policy option to correct the gender-based wage gap. I. INTRODUCTION TO PAY EQUITY" The concept of pay equity, also known as comparable worth or equal pay for jobs of equal value, refers to a set of remedies designed to raise the wages of jobs that are undervalued at least partly because of the sex or.

    A Case for Canadian Pay Equity Reform Abstract Pay equity must be separated from collective bargaining. An examination of the history of fair pay in unionized workplaces—and the current legal remedies available for pay discrimination—prove that the current strategies to remedy the significant gender pay gap are unsuccessful. What Is Small-Business Payroll Software? Small business payroll software is a type of software that helps small businesses streamline and automate payroll processing tasks. The software saves time and effort as well as reduces errors otherwise .

      Canada is a country with a wealth of resources and opportunities. Regulation is business friendly and the government does all it can to create an environment for businesses to thrive. Canada has very large population which ensures you have market for your goods. You do not need huge capital investments for the businesses listed below, [ ].   The average salary for a Small Business Owner / Operator in Canada is C$67, Visit PayScale to research small business owner / operator salaries by city, experience, skill, employer and more.


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Pay equity and Ontario"s small business sector by Urban Dimensions Group Inc. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ensure that pay equity obligations are met when there is a "Sale of Business", including following the process for developing a new plan if necessary []; spend a minimum of 1% of the previous year's payroll for pay equity adjustments until pay equity is achieved within the timelines set by the Act [13(4–6)]; and.

A Guide to Interpreting Ontario's Pay Equity Act PDF Version [ MB / 82 pages | Download Adobe Reader] Disclaimer: This Guide gives an overview of the minimum requirements of the Pay Equity Act as interpreted by the Pay Equity Office.

The interpretations are drawn from our own experiences and by applying the key rulings of the Pay Equity. The goal of the Pay Equity Program is to eliminate gender-based wage discrimination in the federally regulated Program is built around Education and Promotion services that have been developed Pay equity and Ontarios small business sector book help employers meet their pay equity obligations and to effectively react in the case of non-compliance.

The Labour Program also undertakes additional activities. All corporate acquisitions or mergers were subject to the buyer, purchaser or majority owner to take responsibility for the pay equity liabilities of the purchased or merged portion of the company.

The only exception to the Act was small business under 10 employees and when more than 10 employees are reached, a Pay Equity policy is required. Equity compensation: Offering employees a percentage of company profits in exchange for lower (or zero) salaries upfront.

Debt financing is also another option to get your startup off the ground. Debt financing is when you get a loan from the bank or private investor that you must eventually pay back. Each option has its pros and cons so be. The Ontario Business Owners Guide on How to Meet the Challenge of Pay Equity Paperback – January 1, by Entrepreneurial Business Consultants of Canada (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback, Import, January 1, Author: Entrepreneurial Business Consultants of Canada. Employers are required to maintain pay equity such that employees in female job classes are continued to be paid at least equal to comparable male job class or classes.

Contact an expert consultant to help maintain and provide professional pay equity advice for your business. For instance, a small business with a starting wage of $15 per hour was competitive inwhen Ontario’s minimum wage was less than $ But inwhen minimum wage is $15, that rate is no longer competitive, so businesses have to.

Small Business Services (SBS) is part of the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario). We help Ontario entrepreneurs access government business information and services.

- Stop tab rotation. Small Business Services has a new website to help Ontario entrepreneurs find the business information they need. Pay attention private sector: Public sector wages are higher because the gender gap is much smaller the private sector would have to pay those groups more.

one way to narrow the gap is to. In Rights at Work: Pay Equity Reform and the Politics of Legal Mobilization (Chicago Series in Law and Society), Michael McCann tries to demonstrate how law shapes and is used by social activists, with a focus on equal pay and gender discrimination book reads like an on-the-ground account of these movements, with passionate statements from insider by: Three out of four Canadian small business owners are optimistic about the economy, and (76 per cent) are currently investing in their business.

86 per cent of entrepreneurs see the economy remaining at its current level of growth or expanding, and 89 per cent of small business owners believe their own business will grow or remain the same in The Industrial Relations Centre is pleased to include this study, Implementing Pay Equity in Ontario, in its publication series School of Industrial Relations Research Essay Series.

The series is intended to give wider circulation to selected student research essays, chosen for both their academic merit and their File Size: 1MB.

Ontario’s Pay Equity Commission recently published an interpretative guide designed to help employers understand their obligations under the Pay Equity uced inthe Pay Equity Act’s stated purpose is “ to redress systemic gender discrimination in compensation for work performed by employees in female job classes.”It applies to all private sector employers.

Pay equity officers have significant powers and can issue pay equity orders — requiring organizations to comply within short timelines. All elements of compensation are included in the comparison between male and female job classes — including incentives, perquisites, pensions, and health benefits.

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The Public Sector Equitable Compensation Act (PSECA) is human rights legislation that affirms that women in the federal public sector should receive equal pay for work of equal value. The Act is intended to uphold the Government of Canada's commitment to prevent gender-based discrimination while setting compensation in the federal public sector.

For Public Sector employers who went to Proxy, information about the way payments to employees were distributed annually (regardless of funding) Many employers are not in compliance with Ontario Pay Equity legislation.

A large number of CEO's, CFO's, or owners of companies (particularly if from outside Canada) are blissfully unaware that they. Regulations made under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Revised Statutes of Ontario,Chapter O.1 as amended.

For the complete Table of Regulations reference, please see: e-Laws where it is updated every two weeks. The Ontario Gazette where it is published every January and July. Safety Regulations. Construction Projects. particularly small business employers, simply cannot face further regulatory and labour cost-related burdens being placed upon them.

Now is the time for deregulation, not dramatically increasing the level of regulation through legislated pay equity in the private sector. Legislated pay equity, by its nature, is inflexible. Pay equity on the horizon for some public sector workers in N.B.

WATCH ABOVE: The New Brunswick government is forming a working ground to adjust wages to account for pay equity. Global’s.The employer and bargaining agent (if any) can decide to combine geographic To do this, employers and/or bargaining agents usually use a gender neutral job – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on - id: ZmI4O.As change sweeps across the public sector, a huge range of accounting and financial management challenges are created.

This textbook analyses the reforms that are being introduced to deal with these challenges and their global impact on the public : Taylor And Francis.