Unequal wage grids don’t violate pay equity

As long as top pay rate is the same in comparable job classes, pay equity is achieved: Ontario court

As long as the top pay rate for men and women in comparable job classes is the same, the difference in the wage grid — the amount of steps and length of time it takes for employees to reach the top pay level — does not constitute a violation of the Pay Equity Act, an Ontario court has ruled.

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