(d) has not done everything in its power to implement its employment equity plan referred to in section 12(a) without making an appropriate apology, not to submit an employment equity report in accordance with section 18; Contractors proposing a first contract for goods and services with the Government of Canada for one million dollars or more (including applicable taxes) must first certify their obligation to implement employment equity by notifying the Employment Equity Implementation Agreement (AA1168) prior to the award of contracts. 5 Every employer shall implement employment equity (3) In appointing members of the Tribunal, the Chairperson shall take into account their employment equity knowledge and experience. (a) to take a specific employment equity enforcement action if the adoption of that measure would cause unreasonable harshness to the employer; b. date of termination of employment or termination of public service. (4) As far as the public sector is concerned, no obstacle to employment is mentioned within the meaning of the Act, namely that AAFC requires a full geotechnical verification for both the Governor and the Braddock Dam. Verification includes drilling to obtain samples for testing to complete stability analysis at both sites. The audit also includes an assessment of geotechnical instrumentation requirements, with recommendations for instrumentation and monitoring programs that can be implemented as part of the drilling program at both sites. “lump sum payment period” means the period measured in weeks of pay for which payments have been made as a result of the implementation of various programs aimed at reducing the volume of the public service, in order to facilitate the transition to retirement or other employment. The lump sum payment period does not cover the period of severance pay, measured in the same way. 21 (1) The President of the Consolidated Revenue Fund shall, in each fiscal year of each House of Parliament, report on the state of employment equity in the parts of the federal public administration referred to in subsection 4(1)(b) in the immediately preceding fiscal year. (a) identify and remove barriers to employment against persons of certain groups resulting from the employer`s employment systems, strategies and practices that are not authorized by law; and (b) measures to adjust the workforce as defined by the Treasury Board, including measures set out in staff adjustment agreements, or by the Civil Service Commission or any other part of the public sector referred to in points (c) and (d) of paragraph 4(1). (1.2) If the employer is faced with the compliance officer that the finding of non-compliance is due in whole or in part to the reason referred to in subsection 1.1(b) and the employer has done everything in its power to achieve employment equity, the compliance officer shall consider the reason in the exercise of the powers referred to in this Division.

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