Records of employment and pay equity.
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Content & Scope
Employment equity refers to providing equal employment opportunity to all individuals and to promoting the full participation and integration of under-represented groups: women, visible minorities, aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. The University participates in Government of Canada employment equity requirements under the Federal Contractors Program. Pay equity refers to equal pay for work of equal value and requires that work mostly or traditionally done by women be compared to work mostly or traditionally done by men.
This records class excludes employment equity information relating to individual employees.
The records include workforce survey questionnaires, workforce analyses, summary reports of appointment processes, reviews of employment systems, employment and pay equity plans, job comparisons, and information provided to employees.
For employment equity information relating to individual employees, see HR05 – Human Resources Management System.
Associate Provost, Human Resources.
10 years after audit or compliance review or the period covered by the employment or pay equity plan.
Records which are not selected for the University archives should be destroyed at the end of their retention period. All confidential records must be securely destroyed.
Some records may be of long-term historical value to the University. Please contact the University Records Manager for assistance with these records at the end of their retention period. Records of long-term historical value to the University will be selected by the Library Special Collections & Archives department.
- Ontario Human Rights Code.
- Employment Equity Act (Canada).
- Pay Equity Act (Ontario).
- Policy 65 – Equality in Employment.
- Policy 5 – Salary Administration, University Support Staff.
The retention period is based on operational use. Some records may be of long-term historical value.
26 October 2011