Category: Pay equity
Once an employer has achieved pay equity, it must periodically revisit its compensation practices to make sure that new wage gaps do not emerge. A recent Court of Appeal decision confirms that maintenance for pay equity plans achieved using a proxy comparison requires ongoing reference to male comparators.
Ontario’s pay equity laws aim to ensure that work traditionally done by women is paid the same as work traditionally done by men. Danielle Leon Foun Lin and Willow Petersen explain how you can apply these laws to eliminate wage gaps.