After McGill failed to conduct a pay equity audit in 2010, as required by law, MUNACA filed a complaint in 2011 following McGill’s posting of its results. In 2016 McGill posted modifications to its original posting (in 2011), and a few months later posted its results for 2015. MUNACA then filed complaints on each of those postings. The union has alleged that McGill has failed to conduct audits and that there is effectively no legally admissible pay equity plan in place. Prior to this, however, in 2014, MUNACA signed agreements to settle a maintenance complaint filed in 2005 (details below).
Please consult the website of the Quebec Pay Equity Commission for a list of resources, including the text of the current Pay Equity Act.
Documents relating to MUNACA’s pay equity settlements with McGill University:
Pay Equity Agreement signed February 28, 2013, for 2001 pay equity exercise
Letter of Agreement for Certain PEDs, February, 2013
Settlement Agreement, signed March, 2013
List of Female-Dominated PEDs, March, 2013
Pay Equity Extension Agreement, February, 2014: agrees to grant McGill University additional time to pay, with interest
Agreement resolving a disagreement with the 2001 Pay Equity exercise, June, 2014: changes to salary grid due to Pay Equity Settlement
Documents relating to original position classification:
Evaluations by PED – a list from 2001 of all job classes at the University with a breakdown of the Hay points assigned.
Since this the only evaluation plan currently used at McGill, please use this to evaluate your own position. You may make an appointment at the MUNACA office for help in understanding and applying it:
Know How Criteria – the evaluation framework used to determine the Hay Points assigned for Know How
Problem Solving Criteria – the evaluation framework used to determine the Hay Points assigned for Problem Solving
Accountability Criteria – the evaluation framework used to determine the Hay Points assigned for Accountability
Working Conditions Criteria – the evaluation framework used to determine the Hay Points assigned for Working Conditions