21.22(1) A seeking employer shall make the first adjustments in compensation in respect of a pay equity plan prepared under this Part effective as of the 1st day of January, 1994.
Kensington Village v. Service Employees International Union, Local 220, 2000 CanLII 22420 (ON PEHT) 2000-10-13
Pay Equity Office v. Community Living Guelph Wellington, 2015 CanLII 16351 (ON PEHT) 2015-03-16 — The Applicant requested that the Tribunal stay the Order requiring compensation adjustments until the Applicant receives funding from the Ministry of Community and Social Services. The Tribunal concluded that even financial hardship does not exempt an employer from meeting its obligations under the Act with respect to adjustments.
Addiction Services of Eastern Ontario v. Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE Local 1997-02) , 2009 CanLII 31617 (ON PEHT) 2009-06-09
Pay Equity Office v. Children’s Corner Day Nursery Inc. , 2006 CanLII 61263 (ON PEHT) 2006-02-15 — The Tribunal found that the implementation of pay equity cannot be carried out on a selective basis based on an employer’s ability to pay adjustments.
Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 2577 v. Children's Aid Society of the County of Lanark and the Town of Smith Falls, 2006 CanLII 61259 (ON PEHT) 2006-01-05
Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 2577 v. Children’s Aid Society of the County of Lanark and the Town of Smith Falls, 2006 CanLII 61259 (ON PEHT) 2006-01-05 —The new collective agreement between the Union and the Employer implemented that overtime for full and part-time employees is paid only when the employees work 2 ½ hours past 35 hours of work. The Union argued that this overtime threshold widened the wage gap as the part-time workers have seen their wages reduced. The Tribunal found that the Union failed to establish a wage gap as it did not assert how the affected employees are only part of a female job class while the compensation remained unchanged for the comparable male job class. The Tribunal also concluded that not all changes in compensation amounts to a violation of the Act.