E-12.001 - Pay Equity Act

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76.4. Within 60 days of the date of a posting under section 76.3, any employee may, in writing, request additional information from or make observations to the pay equity audit committee, or the employer in the absence of such a committee.
Within 30 days of the expiry of the time limit set out in the first paragraph, the pay equity audit committee, or the employer in the absence of such a committee, shall make a new 60-day posting, which shall be dated and include a summary of the additional information requested or observations made as well as the means established by the committee, or the employer in the absence of such a committee, to address them. If no information was requested or observations made, the posting shall mention that. Furthermore, the posting shall specify the amendments made to the results of the pay equity audit conducted by the committee or the employer or, where no amendments are necessary, a notice to that effect.
If the pay equity audit is conducted by the employer alone, the posting shall include information on the remedies available under section 100 and specify the time within which they may be exercised. It shall also mention that the remedies are to be exercised using the form prescribed by the Commission. In addition, the posting shall include information on the remedy available under section 101.
2009, c. 9, s. 23; 2019, c. 42019, c. 4, s. 10.
76.4. Within 60 days of the date of a posting under section 76.3, any employee may, in writing, request additional information from or make observations to the pay equity audit committee, or the employer in the absence of such a committee.
Within 30 days of the expiry of the time limit set out in the first paragraph, the pay equity audit committee, or the employer in the absence of such a committee, shall make a new 60-day posting, which shall be dated, with any amendments clearly indicated or with an indication that no amendments are needed. If the pay equity audit was conducted by the employer alone, the posting shall include information concerning the remedies available under this Act and the time within which they may be exercised.
2009, c. 9, s. 23.