Any potential gains that the CBA proposed by the Toronto Community Benefits Network makes in terms of employment equity
are likely to be overshadowed by (1) the gentrification of neighbourhoods situated along the new transit line, which will displace low-income and predominantly racialized renters and (2) the negative effects associated with the government's public-private partnership procurement model for the project.
(2) is intended as a "proactive strategy" to remedy the effects of past discrimination facing four designated groups.
That is, people may support or oppose such policies depending on the perceived benefits or costs to themselves or their groups, such as whether employment equity
will promote or hinder the likelihood of the person or members of one's group being trained, hired, or promoted.
Department of Labour, Commission for Employment Equity
Agocs and Burr, 1992) This initiative was followed by the 1995 Federal Employment Equity
Each must comply with the Employment Equity
Evelyn, Samantha, and Winona support antiracism education and employment equity
In an email dated April 12, the corporate employment equity
advisor at INAC stated, 'All sectors are below the target of 80 percent rate of return set by CHRC.
The National Advisory Committee on Employment of Women (NACEW) hosted the New Zealand Conference on Pay and Employment Equity
for Women, 28-29 June 2004, in Wellington.
The book includes chapters on employment equity
, harassment, language and male-dominated workplaces (among other topics).
According to the 2001 Employment Equity
Report, persons with disabilities represent 2.
In South Africa the screw is turned even tighter by statutory employment equity
and economic empowerment requirements.