The contract, awarded to Université TELUQ, requires the development of a 2-3 hour long self-guided learning program for participants to learn at their own pace about providing equal compensation for equal levels of work.
Learners will study such riveting topics as:
- Determining which job classes are predominantly female and which ones are predominantly male
- Valuing the work done in each of these job classes
- Calculating total compensation
- Comparing compensation to determine if there are differences in compensation between male and female job classes of equal value
- Determining the number of payments
- Communicating results
- Paying salary adjustments
- Finalizing obligations
The proposed contract is for a period of 10 months, running from May 2, 2022 to March 31, 2023.
The estimated value of the contract, including the option period, is $310,068.
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