Canadian Human Rights Commission: Employment Equity

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CHRC to audit the representation of racialized people in the federal public service 

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Report

Horizontal audit on Indigenous employment in the banking and financial sector 

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Significant employment barriers remain for Indigenous people in banking and financial sector 

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An Inuit mother carries her daugher on her back in her amouti which is a traditional coat. Nunavut. Canada

The Employment Equity Act requires federally-regulated employers to take steps to eliminate barriers to equity in the workplace for disadvantaged groups. 

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Diverse group of business people gathered around latop dicussing work

The Commission releases its first Horizontal audit report

Female technician using digital tablet while working the production line of a factory

The Commission adds its Horizontal audit approach to its toolbox

Blind woman with cane walking down ramp in office building with friends. Accessibility

The Commission begins conducting audits

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The Employment Equity Act receives Royal Assent

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