Employment Equity

Employment Equity

The Windsor Faculty Association Article 30 of the Collective Agreement ensures that all employment equity procedures recommended by the Review Committee on Employment Equity shall be followed by all AAUs and Libraries.  

Review Committee on Employment Equity (RCEE) - Article 30 of the Collective Agreement

The RCEE Committee shall consist of two (2) persons appointed by the President of the Faculty Association and two (2) person appointed by the University. At least one (1) person appointed by the President of the Faculty Association shall be a member of the Faculty Association's Status of Women, Diversity and Equity Action Committee. The RCEE shall call upon such offices as appropriate to provide information on issues of equity which is pertinent to its deliberations subject to legislation.  RCEE is responsible for (1) identifying where there is a serious under-representation of members of the designated groups in any AAU and/or Library; (2) recommending reasonable goals and timetables for hiring by any AAU and/or Library where serious under-representation of members of the designated groups exists. "Serious under-representation" occurs when members of a designated group are fewer that sixty (60%) of the agreed-upon pool data for AAUs and Library;  (3) reviewing action taken within the University to achieve the hiring goals recommended under (2).

The two WUFA reps who sit on the RCEE 2020-2021 are:

  • Vicki Jay Leung (Library)
  • Tranum Kaur (Chemistry and Biochemistry)

The two Admin reps who sit on the RCEE 2020-2021 are:

  • Kaye Johnson (OHREA)
  • Alison Samson (Graduate Academic Services)

Presidential Commission on Employment Equity (PCEE)

The Presidential Commission on Employment Equity (PCEE) was established by the Senate of the University of Windsor in November 1988, in accordance with the President's Four-Point Positive Action Plan for Achieving Equity in Hiring Women Faculty.
PCEE's mandate and membership was amended in 1992 to include the four (4) federally designated groups: women, Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities and persons with disabilities. In addition, the University includes sexual/gender minorities as a fifth (5) group within the employment equity program. PCEE monitors all aspects of regular faculty and academic administrative appointments and reviews procedural irregularities.

Coulter report

President's Four-Point Positive Action Plan - November 1988

Employment Equity Coordinating Committee (EECC)

The University of Windsor Employment Equity Coordinating Committee (EECC) works towards coordinating employment equity with the employer and employee groups at the University. The committee is made up of representatives from each bargaining unit on campus and an equal number of representatives from the administration.  Employment Equity Coordinating Committee (EECC) - Terms of Reference

The two WUFA reps who sit on the EECC 2020-2021 are:

  • Sharon Munro, Library (WUFA rep)
  • Roozbeh Razavi Far, Faculty of Engineering (SWDEAC appointee)

Employment Equity/Procedures Assessors (EE/PAs)

The University of Windsor uses the services of academic volunteers who monitor the equity procedures of academic appointment and renewal, tenure, and promotion committees. The office of Human Rights, Accessibility and Equity provides equity assessor training yearly.  EE/PAs are appointed from a list agreed to each year by WUFA and the Administration. These EE/PAs promote fairness and equity in all faculty appointments processes and academic decision-making.  Each Employment Equity/Procedures Assessor shall be provided with all relevant appointment or promotion and tenure materials, including a copy of the AAU's goals and timetable by the Head of the AAU to which the Employment Equity/Procedures Assessor has been assigned.  Procedural Information for an EE/PA can be found on the following link: Procedural information for an EE/PA  

Canada Research Chairs Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee

The Canada Research Chairs Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee works to develop and maintain an equity , diversity and inclusion action plan.  The University's plan, which was approved by Canada Research Chair program, will guide the University's efforts for sustaining the participation of and /or addressing the under-representation of individuals (based on the institution's equity gaps) from the four designated groups - women, Aboriginal Peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities and sexual minorities - among their chair allocations. Canada research chairs Equity, Diveristy & Inclusion Action Plan - September 2019

The WUFA rep. who sits on the CRC committee is:

  • Tranum Kaur, Chemistry and Biochemistry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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