E-12.001 - Pay Equity Act

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76.3. After conducting a pay equity audit, the pay equity audit committee, or the employer in the absence of such a committee, shall post the audit results for 60 days in prominent places easily accessible to employees. The posting shall include
(1)  a summary of the pay equity audit process;
(2)  a summary of the questions asked and observations made in the course of the participation process consultation measures, if any, and a summary stating the manner in which they were taken into account;
(3)  a list of the events leading to adjustments and, for each of those events, the start date and, where applicable, end date, or, where no adjustments are required, a notice to that effect;
(4)  a list of the predominantly female job classes that are entitled to adjustments, if any;
(5)  the percentage or amount of the adjustments to be paid, and the terms and conditions of payment, where applicable; and
(6)  the date of the posting and information concerning the rights exercisable under the first paragraph of section 76.4 and the time within which they may be exercised.
2009, c. 9, s. 23; 2019, c. 42019, c. 4, s. 9.
76.3. After conducting a pay equity audit, the pay equity audit committee, or the employer in the absence of such a committee, shall post the audit results for 60 days in prominent places easily accessible to employees. The posting shall include
(1)  a summary of the pay equity audit process;
(2)  a list of the events leading to compensation adjustments;
(3)  a list of the predominantly female job classes that are entitled to compensation adjustments;
(4)  the percentage or amount of the compensation adjustments to be paid; and
(5)  the posting date and information on the rights exercisable under section 76.4 and the time within which they may be exercised.
The pay equity audit committee, or the employer in the absence of such a committee, shall, by a means of communication likely to reach the employees, inform them of the posting and provide details such as the posting date, the posting period and how they may access its content.
2009, c. 9, s. 23.