13.1 (1) If an employer who is bound by a pay equity plan sells a business, the purchaser shall make any compensation adjustments that were to be made under the plan in respect of those positions in the business that are maintained by the purchaser and shall do so on the date on which the adjustments were to be made under the plan.
Plan no longer appropriate
(2) If, because of the sale, the seller’s plan or the purchaser’s plan is no longer appropriate, the seller or the purchaser, as the case may be, shall,
(a) in the case of employees represented by a bargaining agent, enter into negotiations with a view to agreeing on a new plan; and
(b) in the case of employees not represented by a bargaining agent, prepare a new plan. 1993, c. 4, s. 8.
(3) Clause 14 (2) (a), subsections 1 (1) to (6) and 14.2 (1) and (2) apply, with necessary modifications, to the negotiation or preparation of a new plan. 1997, c. 21,
(4) (1). Repealed: 1997, 21, s. 4 (1).
Application to certain events
(4.1) This section applies with respect to an occurrence described in sections 3 to 10 of the Public Sector Labour Relations Transition Act, 1997. For the purposes of this section, the occurrence shall be deemed to be the sale of a business, each of the predecessor employers shall be deemed to be a seller and the successor employer shall be deemed to be the purchaser. 1997, c. 21, s. 4 (2).
(5) In this section,
“business” includes a part or parts thereof; (“entreprise”)
“sells” includes leases, transfers and any other manner of disposition. (“vend”) 1993, 4, s. 8.