CCDI Webinar: Employment Equity 201 - When an audit happens

Event Type : Webinars
Starts at November 14, 2019 1:00 PM Eastern
Finishes at November 14, 2019 2:00 PM Eastern

Audience/Level: General 2.0-3.0

Hosted by: Laurel Stroz, MSW, RSW

Regardless of how well we prepare, of how effective our programs are, 20 percent of all federally-regulated workplaces will undergo an Employment Equity Audit. Further to that, if your organization is not meeting the available representation numbers, an audit can be triggered. So, what is an audit?

In this webinar, we will go through a case study on experiencing an Employment Equity Audit. We will walk through the steps and structure of an audit, provide some tips and help troubleshoot some of the challenges that might happen along the way.

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For current Canadian Certified Inclusion Professionals (CCIPTM), this event qualifies for continued professional development credit. Contact for more information.

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