CCPA Paper - 10 Ways to Close Ontario's Pay Gap

Apr 1, 2013
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The right to work free of pay discrimination is a fundamental human right, yet women in Ontario are still far behind the male starting line in the labour market. Despite better educational attainments, women are still segregated into lower paying jobs.1 Women in Ontario earn, on average, 28% less than men.

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