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  • Lina Troiano

Let's talk Pay Equity

For decades roles traditionally performed by women have been undervalued in organizations resulting in discrimination in compensation. Pay equity was made law to reduce the wage gap that exists between women's and men's wages due to that undervaluing of work traditionally done by women.

Pay Equity law requires the value of jobs usually done by women be compared to the value of jobs usually done by men. What does that mean? If jobs usually done by women are equal or comparable in value to jobs usually done by men, they must be paid the same.

If you employ ten or more people, your business must pay your male and female employees the same salary for equal or comparable work.

We can work with you to ensure you’re compliant with Ontario’s Pay Equity Act. Reach out to OpX Project + People Management for more information.

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