Employment equity and Ontario police

problems and perspectives
  • 17 Pages
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  • English
Industrial Relations Centre, Queen"s University , Kingston, Ont
Affirmative action programs -- Ontario., Police -- Ontario., Discrimination in employment -- Ont
StatementR.L. Jackson.
SeriesCurrent issues series, Current issues series (Queen"s University (Kingston, Ont.). Industrial Relations Centre)
ContributionsQueen"s University (Kingston, Ont.). Industrial Relations Centre.
The Physical Object
Pagination17 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21322849M
ISBN 100888863454

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Industrial Relations Centre.]. Minorities--Employment--Government policy--Ontario--Toronto. Regular Print Book: Physical description: volumes: Date acquired: Not available: Corporate Author: Metropolitan Toronto (Ont.).

Police Force. Continued by: Metropolitan Toronto Police employment equity plan. Copies and Availability. Copy details (old catalogue) Location List. Employment equity encourages the establishment of working conditions that are free of barriers, corrects the conditions of disadvantage in employment and promotes the principle that employment equity requires special measures and the accommodation of differences for the four designated groups in.

Summary of Ontario Employment Law Foreign employers planning to hire employees in Canada Employment equity and Ontario police book be aware of the specific laws and rules governing the employment relationship in each province. Each Canadian province has its own employment-related statutes.

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Both of these laws cannot apply at the same time. If one applies, the other does not. The choice of incorporating statute does not determine whether a company is provincially or federally regulated. The Employment Equity Act. Self-declaration is the term the Public Service Commission uses for the collection of EE information voluntarily provided by applicants in appointment processes, under the authorities of the Public Service Employment Act (secti 23, 30, 34 and 36), the Employment Equity Act (sections5 and 9), and the Canadian Human Rights Act (section 16) and its confidentiality is protected under.

(b) the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is deemed not to be included in Schedule IV to the Financial Administration Act; and (c) civilian employees appointed or employed in accordance with section 10 of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act are deemed to be included in Schedule IV to the Financial Administration Act.

The Employment Standards Act, (ESA) provides the minimum standards for most employees working in sets out the rights and responsibilities of employees and employers in most Ontario workplaces. About Your guide to the ESA. This guide is a convenient source of information about key sections of the is for your information and assistance only.

Employment Equity (16 KB) To establish the Board's commitment to the development, implementation and maintenance of employment and promotion policies, practices and procedures that result in and sustain a workforce that, at all levels, reflects, understands and responds to a diverse population: Policy: P Human Rights ( KB).

Marginal note: Employment equity plan 10 (1) The employer shall prepare an employment equity plan that (a) specifies the positive policies and practices that are to be instituted by the employer in the short term for the hiring, training, promotion and retention of persons in designated groups and for the making of reasonable accommodations for those persons, to correct the.

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Employment Equity [THE ORGANIZATION] is an equal opportunity employer and employs personnel without regard to race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, language, citizenship, creed, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, physical and/or mental handicap or.

The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development enforces and promotes awareness of employment standards, such as minimum wage, hours of work, public holidays and other standards. Explore this website to learn more about employee rights and employer obligations in Ontario.

If you are a public sector employer or a private sector employer with 10 or more employees, operating in Ontario, you are required to have compensation practices that provide for pay equity. Full–time and part–time employees are covered, including employees who work on a seasonal basis.

Students working during vacations, however, are not. Section of the Human Resources Online Manual. Preamble. The University of Guelph is committed to equity in employment. The University believes that the excellence the institution is known for will be enhanced by increasing the diversity of its faculty and staff.

Daily Rest: "The 11 Hour Rule" Tutorial An employee must have at least 11 consecutive hours free from performing work in each "day." (This requirement does not apply where an employee is on call and is called in to work during a period he or she would not otherwise have been expected to work.).

Employment equity, as defined in federal Canadian law by the Employment Equity Act, requires federal jurisdiction employers to engage in proactive employment practices to increase the representation of four designated groups: women, people with disabilities, Aboriginal peoples.

Federal employment equity legislation applies to, among others, employers with at least or more employees and certain employers that bid on certain federal government goods or services contracts. Unlike most provinces, Ontario has no public sector employment equity legislation.

Pay Equity. Vous utilisez un navigateur désuet qui n’est plus accepté par Les navigateurs désuets ne disposent pas de caractéristiques sécuritaires permettant d’assurer la sécurité de vos renseignements. En savoir plus sur les navigateurs que nous supportons. Inthe Ontario Conservative government repealed Ontario’s then Employment Equity Act, based on false allegations that the law.

The background investigation is very thorough and time-consuming for both the applicant and the Department. If you have any concerns or questions about events in your past, the Ontario Police Department suggests that you consult with a Department Background Investigator at () DIVERSITY AND TRANSFORMATION IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The transformation of the South African Police Service (SAPS) by the country’s first democratically elected government started over a decade ago, in the SAPS pursued employment equity and affirmative action policies with renewed vigour.

Bythe File Size: KB. Canada’s employment equity legislation and policy, The gap between policy and practice Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Manpower 23(3) May with Author: Carol Agocs. Agócs, Carol and Catherine Burr, "Employment Equity, Affirmative Action and Managing Diversity: Assessing the Differences," International Journal of Manpower, 17(4/5), Begadon, Stephen and Carol Agócs, "Limits to Power: A Study of the Influence of Mayors and CAOs on Municipal Budgets in Ontario, ," Canadian Public.

What Are Some Employment Equity Act Basics. Like the Canadian Human Rights Act before it, the Employment Equity Act aims to ensure all Canadians have equal opportunities for success.

With this in mind, it forbids Canadian businesses from discriminating against four specific designated groups: visible minorities, women, the disabled, and aboriginal peoples.

With over uniform and civilian members, the Waterloo Regional Police Service proudly serves a population of overresidents in one of the fastest growing areas of Ontario. The WRPS is committed to a leadership role in crime prevention and law enforcement in a community partnership to improve safety and the quality of life for all.

Policing Diversity with Diversity: Exploring Organizational Rhetoric, Myth, and Minority Police Officers' Perceptions and Experiences (e.g. Employment Equity Act), the need for a workforce that is representative of the realities of the hiring tends of Ontario police.

Lauzon v. Ontario Provincial Police, HRTO (Disability) Mr. Lauzon wanted to apply to become a police constable after he had been working as an auxiliary officer with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) for many years.

As an initial step, he was required to go through a pre-interview assessment used by the OPP. Ontario Employment Law Handbook – An Employer's Guide, 12th Edition Print This new edition provides up-to-date current information, enabling employers, practitioners, human resource specialists and employees to stay on top of the latest developments in the law, and arms you with critical knowledge to help reduce exposure to legal liability.

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Contact Police. FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE, DIAL You can also reach the OPP by calling 1 (toll-free in Ontario). Our Provincial Communications Centres operate 24/7, answering emergency and non-emergency calls for service. the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP), which is licensed by the Ontario Government to operate the Constable Selection System, stores personal information belonging to police constable applicants in a secure electronic database, and uses this information to track demographic data and.Employment Equity and affirmative action applies to all designated employers and their employees, particularly those employees from designated groups.

Designated employers are employers who employee 50 or more employees, employers who employ less than 50 employees but whose annual turnover exceeds or equals the amounts in schedule 4 of the EEA.Get this from a library!

Employment equity and family issues: the case of Ontario Hydro. [Etta Wharton; Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.). Industrial Relations Centre.].