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The Pay Equity Commission was established in 1988 to assist employers, employees and unions to achieve pay equity under the terms of Ontario's Pay Equity Act. The Commission consists of the Pay Equity Office and the Pay Equity Hearings Tribunal.
The Pay Equity Office is responsible for research and policy on pay equity issues; for public education, including seminars, training courses, conferences and publications; and for review services offering conciliation and mediation assistance to employers, employees and bargaining agents. The Office also operates a toll-free hotline to provide information on implementing pay equity.
The Pay Equity Hearings Tribunal is an independent quasi-judicial adjudicative body that hears and determines all matters or disputes which arise from the Pay Equity Act. Hearings may be held at the request of an employer, union, an individual employee or referred to the Tribunal by the Pay Equity Office.
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