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Employment Equity Regulations (SOR/96-470)

Regulations are current to 2020-12-28 and last amended on 2006-06-01. Previous Versions

AMENDMENTS NOT IN FORCE

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 1

      • 1 (1) The definitions designated CMA and former Regulations in subsection 1(1) of the Employment Equity RegulationsFootnote 1 are repealed.

      • (2) Subsection 1(1) of the Regulations is amended by adding the following in alphabetical order:

        bonus pay

        bonus pay, in respect of a private sector employer, means any additional remuneration paid to an employee as a result of profit sharing, productivity, performance, commissions or any other incentives. (prime)

        overtime hours

        overtime hours, in respect of a private sector employer, means the hours worked by an employee, in excess of the standard hours of work, for which the employee received overtime pay. (heures supplémentaires)

        overtime pay

        overtime pay, in respect of a private sector employer, means any remuneration paid for the hours worked by an employee in excess of the standard hours of work. (paie d’heures supplémentaires)

      • (3) Subparagraph (b)(i) of the definition employee in subsection 1(2) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

        • (i) a person appointed as a casual worker under subsection 50(1) of that Act, or

      • (4) Paragraph (b) of the definition hired in subsection 1(2) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

        • (b) an employee employed in a portion of the federal public administration referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b) or (c) of the Act to which the Public Service Employment Act applies, means initially appointed to the federal public administration in accordance with that Act except in the case of a person appointed as a casual worker under subsection 50(1) of that Act; and

      • (5) Paragraph (a) of the definition promoted in subsection 1(2) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

      • (6) Paragraph (a) of the definition salary in subsection 1(2) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

        • (a) a private sector employer, means remuneration paid for work performed by an employee, before deductions, in the form of basic pay, pay for piecework, shift premiums, bonus pay and overtime pay, but does not include benefits, securities, severance pay or termination pay, vacation pay, payment in kind, supplementary payments, allowances, retroactive payments, reimbursements for employment expenses or compensation for extra-duty services other than overtime pay;

      • (7) Paragraphs (a) and (b) of the definition occupational group in subsection 1(2) of the English version of the Regulations are replaced by the following:

        • (a) the workforce of a private sector employer or a portion of the federal public administration referred to in paragraph 4(1)(c) of the Act, means an occupational group set out in column I of Schedule II; and

        • (b) a portion of the federal public administration referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b) of the Act, means an occupational group set out in column I of Schedule III. (catégorie professionnelle)

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 2

    • 2 Subsections 3(2) and (3) of the Regulations are replaced by the following:

      • (2) The questionnaire shall contain the definitions Aboriginal peoples, members of visible minorities and persons with disabilities set out in section 3 of the Act to help the employee respond to the questionnaire.

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 3

    • 3 Section 11 of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after paragraph (c):

      • (c.1) for each employee employed by a private sector employer, a record containing the information referred to in paragraphs 25.1(a) to (f);

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 4

    • 4 Subsection 12(3) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

      • (3) If a private sector employer generates its annual employment equity report required by subsection 18(1) of the Act using an application or specially designed software provided by the Government of Canada for employment equity reporting purposes, the employer shall retain a copy of the database or other computer record used to generate the report for two years after the year in respect of which the report is filed.

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 5

    • 5 The Regulations are amended by adding the following before section 15:

      • 14.1 In these Regulations, a reference to any of Forms 1 to 6 is to be read as a reference to a Form set out in the document entitled Employment Equity Forms 2021, prepared by the Department of Employment and Social Development and published on its website.

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 6

    • 6 Subsections 15(1) and (2) of the Regulations are replaced by the following:

        • 15 (1) Forms 1 to 6 are prescribed for the purpose of filing a report referred to in subsection 18(1) of the Act.

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 7

    • 7 Subsection 16(1) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

        • 16 (1) An employment equity report shall contain the following statement certifying the accuracy of the information contained in it:

          “I, (name), certify on behalf of (legal name of employer) that the information contained in Forms 1 to 6 of this report is true and accurate in every respect, to the best of my knowledge and belief.

          Date blank lineSignature”

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 8

    • 8 Section 17 to 19 of the Regulations are replaced by the following:

      • 18 For each calendar year, an employment equity report shall be completed using Forms 1 to 6 and in accordance with the instructions set out in sections 20 to 31.

      • 19 In circumstances other than the one referred to in subsection 18(3) of the Act, for the purposes of subsection 18(1) of the Act, an employment equity report is deemed to have been filed with the Minister on the day on which the Minister receives it.

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 9

    • 9 The portion of section 21 of the Regulations before paragraph (a) is replaced by the following:

      • 21 An employer, in completing Forms 1 to 3, shall report the required information with respect to the number of employees employed by the employer

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 10

    • 10 Section 22 of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

      • 22 An employer, in completing Forms 2 and 4 to 6, shall indicate the occupational group in which an employee is employed, as set out in column I of Schedule II, by referring to the occupational unit group set out in column II that most accurately describes the job performed by the employee.

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 11

    • 11 Subsection 23(1) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

        • 23 (1) An employer shall indicate on Form 1 the industrial sector in which employees are employed by selecting the appropriate industry group description set out in the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Canada, developed and administered by Statistics Canada and the statistical agencies of Mexico and the United States and published by authority of the Minister responsible for Statistics Canada, as amended from time to time.

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 12

      • 12 (1) The portion of subsection 24(1) of the Regulations before paragraph (a) is replaced by the following:

          • 24 (1) Subject to subsection (2), for each industrial sector indicated by an employer on Form 1, the employer shall complete the applicable Parts of Form 2 in respect of all employees of the employer in Canada for each of the following employment status categories:

      • (2) Section 24 of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after subsection (2):

        • (3) An employer who has completed the applicable Parts of Form 2 separately for more than one industrial sector under subsection (1) shall also consolidate the information provided and complete the applicable Parts of Form 2 for those industrial sectors collectively.

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 13

      • 13 (1) Paragraph 25(b) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

        • (b) for each CMA where the total number of employees of the employer is 100 or more at any time during the reporting period.

      • (2) Section 25 of the Regulations is renumbered as subsection 25(1) and is amended by adding the following:

        • (2) For the purposes of paragraph (1)(b), CMA means a census metropolitan area as set out in the document entitled Statistical Area Classification - Variant of SGC 2016, published by authority of the Minister responsible for Statistics Canada, as amended from time to time.

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 14

    • 14 The Regulations are amended by adding the following after section 25:

      • 25.1 In completing Form 2, an employer shall use the following information for each employee:

        • (a) their salary, excluding any bonus pay and overtime pay;

        • (b) the period over which the salary referred to in paragraph (a) is paid;

        • (c) the number of hours worked that can be attributed to the salary referred to in paragraph (a) ;

        • (d) the bonus pay paid in the reporting period;

        • (e) the overtime pay paid in the reporting period; and

        • (f) the number of overtime hours worked that can be attributed to the overtime pay referred to in paragraph (e).

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 15

      • 15 (1) The portion of subsection 26(1) of the Regulations before paragraph (a) is replaced by the following:

          • 26 (1) In completing Form 2, an employer shall determine the salary ranges of the employees using the information referred to in paragraphs 25.1(a) to (c), in the following manner and sequence:

      • (2) Paragraph 26(1)(b) of the French version of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

        • b) au moyen de la table des paliers de rémunération figurant à l’annexe VIII, il détermine les paliers de rémunération dans lesquels sont comprises la rémunération maximale et la rémunération minimale visées à l’alinéa a);

      • (3) Subsections 26(2) to (4) of the Regulations are replaced by the following:

        • (2) If the lowest salary of the employees in an occupational group is $250,000 or more, the employer shall leave blank the space on Form 2 used to indicate the highest salary of the employees in the occupational group.

        • (3) In completing Form 2, the employer shall indicate the salary ranges of the employees in each occupational group as determined in subsections (1) and (2).

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 16

      • 16 (1) Subsection 27(1) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

          • 27 (1) In completing Form 2, an employer shall determine the four quarters of the salary range of the employees in each occupational group by dividing, by four, the difference between the highest and lowest salaries of the employees in the occupational group, determined under paragraph 26(1)(a) and by rounding the result to the nearest dollar.

      • (2) Subparagraph 27(2)(a)(i) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

        • (i) the lower limit is the lowest salary of the employees in the occupational group, determined under paragraph 26(1)(a), and

      • (3) Subparagraph 27(2)(d)(ii) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

        • (ii) the upper limit is the highest salary of the employees in the occupational group, determined under paragraph 26(1)(a).

      • (4) Subsection 27(3) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

        • (3) The employer shall indicate on the applicable Parts of Form 2 the number of employees in each quarter of the salary range as determined under subsections (1) and (2).

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 17

    • 17 The Regulations are amended by adding the following after section 27:

      • 27.1 In completing Form 2, an employer shall provide the following information for all employees, for employees in each occupational group and for employees in each designated group, using the information referred to in section 25.1:

        • (a) the mean and median difference in hourly rates;

        • (b) the mean and median difference in bonus pay;

        • (c) the mean and median difference in overtime pay corresponding to the overtime hours;

        • (d) the proportion of employees who have received bonus pay; and

        • (e) the proportion of employees who have received overtime pay.

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 18

    • 18 Sections 28 and 29 of the Regulations are replaced by the following:

      • 28 An employer shall complete the applicable Parts of Form 3 in the same manner as prescribed for Form 2 in subsections 24(1) and (2) and paragraph 25(1)(a).

      • 29 In completing Form 3, an employer shall use the information determined in accordance with paragraph 26(1)(b) for the purpose of indicating the degree of representation of employees in the salary ranges set out in that form.

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 19

    • 19 Section 30 of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

      • 30 An employer shall, in the manner prescribed in subsections 24(1) and (2), for the employment status categories referred to in paragraphs 24(1)(a) and (b), complete the applicable Parts of Forms 4 to 6 in respect of employees who are employed in an industrial sector for which the employer is required to report separately and in respect of employees who are grouped in industrial sector 1 in accordance with subsection 24(2), for each province or territory where the total number of employees of the employer is 100 or more at any time during the reporting period.

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 20

    • 20 The English version of the Regulations is amended by replacing “aboriginal” with “Aboriginal” in the following provisions:

      • (a) paragraph 3(1)(c); and

      • (b) subparagraph 6(1)(a)(i).

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 21

    • 21 The English version of the Regulations is amended by replacing “public service of Canada” with “federal public administration” in the following provisions:

      • (a) the portion of paragraph (b) before subparagraph (i) and paragraph (c) of the definition employee in subsection 1(2);

      • (b) paragraph (c) of the definition hired in subsection 1(2);

      • (c) paragraph (b) of the definition promoted in subsection 1(2);

      • (d) paragraphs (b) and (c) of the definition salary in subsection 1(2); and

      • (e) paragraph 2(b).

  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 22

    • 22 Schedules I to IV to the Regulations are replaced by the Schedules II and III set out in Schedule 1 to these Regulations.

      SCHEDULE II(Subsection 1(2) and section 22)

      Occupational Groups — Private Sector Employers or Portions of the Federal Public Administration Referred to in Paragraph 4(1)(c) of the Act

      Column IColumn II
      ItemEmployment Equity Occupational GroupsUnit Groups
      1Senior ManagersLegislators
      Senior government managers and officials
      Senior managers — financial, communications and other business services
      Senior managers — health, education, social and community services and membership organizations
      Senior managers — trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c.
      Senior managers — construction, transportation, production and utilities
      2Middle and Other ManagersFinancial managers
      Human resources managers
      Purchasing managers
      Other administrative services managers
      Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers
      Banking, credit and other investment managers
      Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
      Other business services managers
      Telecommunication carriers managers
      Postal and courier services managers
      Engineering managers
      Architecture and science managers
      Computer and information systems managers
      Managers in health care
      Government managers — health and social policy development and program administration
      Government managers — economic analysis, policy development and program administration
      Government managers — education policy development and program administration
      Other managers in public administration
      Administrators — post secondary education and vocational training
      School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education
      Managers in social, community and correctional services
      Commissioned police officers
      Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers
      Commissioned officers of the Canadian Armed Forces
      Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers
      Managers — publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
      Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors
      Corporate sales managers
      Retail and wholesale trade managers
      Restaurant and food service managers
      Accommodation service managers
      Managers in customer and personal services, n.e.c.
      Construction managers
      Home building and renovation managers
      Facility operation and maintenance managers
      Managers in transportation
      Managers in natural resources production and fishing
      Managers in agriculture
      Managers in horticulture
      Managers in aquaculture
      Manufacturing managers
      Utilities managers
      3ProfessionalsFinancial auditors and accountants
      Financial and investment analysts
      Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers
      Other financial officers
      Human resources professionals
      Professional occupations in business management consulting
      Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations
      Physicists and astronomers
      Chemists
      Geoscientists and oceanographers
      Meteorologists and climatologists
      Other professional occupations in physical sciences
      Biologists and related scientists
      Forestry professionals
      Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists
      Civil engineers
      Mechanical engineers
      Electrical and electronics engineers
      Chemical engineers
      Industrial and manufacturing engineers
      Metallurgical and materials engineers
      Mining engineers
      Geological engineers
      Petroleum engineers
      Aerospace engineers
      Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)
      Other professional engineers, n.e.c.
      Architects
      Landscape architects
      Urban and land use planners
      Land surveyors
      Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries
      Information systems analysts and consultants
      Database analysts and data administrators
      Software engineers and designers
      Computer programmers and interactive media developers
      Web designers and developers
      Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors
      Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
      Specialist physicians
      General practitioners and family physicians
      Dentists
      Veterinarians
      Optometrists
      Chiropractors
      Allied primary health practitioners
      Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating
      Pharmacists
      Dietitians and nutritionists
      Audiologists and speech-language pathologists
      Physiotherapists
      Occupational therapists
      Other professional occupations in therapy and assessment
      University professors and lecturers
      Post-secondary teaching and research assistants
      College and other vocational instructors
      Secondary school teachers
      Elementary school and kindergarten teachers
      Educational counsellors
      Judges
      Lawyers and Quebec notaries
      Psychologists
      Social workers
      Family, marriage and other related counsellors
      Professional occupations in religion
      Probation and parole officers and related occupations
      Employment counsellors
      Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers
      Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts
      Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants
      Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers
      Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers
      Education policy researchers, consultants and program officers
      Recreation, sports and fitness policy researchers, consultants and program officers
      Program officers unique to government
      Other professional occupations in social science, n.e.c.
      Librarians
      Conservators and curators
      Archivists
      Authors and writers
      Editors
      Journalists
      Translators, terminologists and interpreters
      Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations
      Conductors, composers and arrangers
      Musicians and singers
      Dancers
      Actors and comedians
      Painters, sculptors and other visual artists
      4Semi-Professionals and TechniciansChemical technologists and technicians
      Geological and mineral technologists and technicians
      Biological technologists and technicians
      Agricultural and fish products inspectors
      Forestry technologists and technicians
      Conservation and fishery officers
      Landscape and horticultural technicians and specialists
      Civil engineering technologists and technicians
      Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians
      Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians
      Construction estimators
      Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians
      Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment)
      Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics
      Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors
      Architectural technologists and technicians
      Industrial designers
      Drafting technologists and technicians
      Land survey technologists and technicians
      Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology
      Non-destructive testers and inspection technicians
      Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers
      Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety
      Construction inspectors
      Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors
      Air traffic controllers and related occupations
      Deck officers, water transport
      Engineer officers, water transport
      Railway traffic controllers and marine traffic regulators
      Computer network technicians
      User support technicians
      Information systems testing technicians
      Medical laboratory technologists
      Medical laboratory technicians and pathologists’ assistants
      Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians
      Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists
      Medical radiation technologists
      Medical sonographers
      Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists, n.e.c.
      Other medical technologists and technicians (except dental health)
      Denturists
      Dental hygienists and dental therapists
      Dental technologists, technicians and laboratory assistants
      Opticians
      Practitioners of natural healing
      Licensed practical nurses
      Paramedical occupations
      Massage therapists
      Other Technical occupations in therapy and assessment
      Paralegal and related occupations
      Social and community service workers
      Early childhood educators and assistants
      Instructors of persons with disabilities
      Other instructors
      Other religious occupations
      Police officers (except commissioned)
      Firefighters
      Non-commissioned ranks of the Canadian Armed Forces
      Library and public archive technicians
      Technical occupations related to museums and art galleries
      Photographers
      Film and video camera operators
      Graphic arts technicians
      Broadcast technicians
      Audio and video recording technicians
      Other technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts
      Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and the performing arts
      Announcers and other broadcasters
      Other performers, n.e.c.
      Graphic designers and illustrators
      Interior designers and interior decorators
      Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers
      Artisans and craftspersons
      Patternmakers — textile, leather and fur products
      Athletes
      Coaches
      Sports officials and referees
      Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness
      5SupervisorsSupervisors, general office and administrative support workers
      Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers
      Supervisors, library, correspondence and related information workers
      Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupations
      Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling coordination occupations
      Retail sales supervisors
      Food service supervisors
      Executive housekeepers
      Accommodation, travel, tourism and related services supervisors
      Customer and information services supervisors
      Cleaning supervisors
      Other services supervisors
      6Supervisors — Crafts and TradesContractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations
      Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations
      Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades
      Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades
      Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers
      Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades
      Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews
      Supervisors, printing and related occupations
      Supervisors, railway transport operations
      Supervisors, motor transport and other ground transit operators
      Supervisors, logging and forestry
      Supervisors, mining and quarrying
      Contractors and supervisors, oil and gas drilling and services
      Agricultural service contractors, farm supervisors and specialized livestock workers
      Contractors and supervisors, landscaping, grounds maintenance and horticulture services
      Supervisors, mineral and metal processing
      Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilities
      Supervisors, food and beverage processing
      Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing
      Supervisors, forest products processing
      Supervisors, textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing
      Supervisors, motor vehicle assembling
      Supervisors, electronics manufacturing
      Supervisors, electrical products manufacturing
      Supervisors, furniture and fixtures manufacturing
      Supervisors, other mechanical and metal products manufacturing
      Supervisors, other products manufacturing and assembly
      7Administrative and Senior Clerical PersonnelAdministrative officers
      Executive assistants
      Human resources and recruitment officers
      Property administrators
      Purchasing agents and officers
      Conference and event planners
      Court officers and justices of the peace
      Employment insurance, immigration, border services and revenue officers
      Administrative assistants
      Legal administrative assistants
      Medical administrative assistants
      Court reporters, medical transcriptionists and related occupations
      Health information management occupations
      Records management technicians
      Statistical officers and related research support occupations
      Accounting technicians and bookkeepers
      Insurance adjusters and claims examiners
      Insurance underwriters
      Assessors, valuators and appraisers
      Customs, ship and other brokers
      8Skilled Sales and Service PersonnelTechnical sales specialists — wholesale trade
      Retail and wholesale buyers
      Insurance agents and brokers
      Real estate agents and salespersons
      Financial sales representatives
      Chefs
      Cooks
      Butchers, meat cutters and fishmongers — retail and wholesale
      Bakers
      Hairstylists and barbers
      Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners
      Shoe repairers and shoemakers
      Jewellers, jewellery and watch repairers and related occupations
      Upholsterers
      Funeral directors and embalmers
      9Skilled Crafts and Trades WorkersMachinists and machining and tooling inspectors
      Tool and die makers
      Sheet metal workers
      Boilermakers
      Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters
      Ironworkers
      Welders and related machine operators
      Electricians (except industrial and power system)
      Industrial electricians
      Power system electricians
      Electrical power line and cable workers
      Telecommunications line and cable workers
      Telecommunications installation and repair workers
      Cable television service and maintenance technicians
      Plumbers
      Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
      Gas fitters
      Carpenters
      Cabinetmakers
      Bricklayers
      Concrete finishers
      Tilesetters
      Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers
      Roofers and shinglers
      Glaziers
      Insulators
      Painters and decorators (except interior decorators)
      Floor covering installers
      Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics
      Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
      Heating, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
      Railway carmen/women
      Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors
      Machine fitters
      Elevator constructors and mechanics
      Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers
      Motor vehicle body repairers
      Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics
      Appliance servicers and repairers
      Electrical mechanics
      Motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle and other related mechanics
      Other small engine and small equipment repairers
      Railway and yard locomotive engineers
      Railway conductors and brakemen/women
      Crane operators
      Drillers and blasters — surface mining, quarrying and construction
      Water well drillers
      Printing press operators
      Other trades and related occupations, n.e.c.
      Underground production and development miners
      Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers
      Logging machinery operators
      Fishing masters and officers
      Fishermen/women
      Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing
      Central control and process operators, petroleum, gas and chemical processing
      Pulping, papermaking and coating control operators
      Power engineers and power systems operators
      Water and waste treatment plant operators
      10Clerical PersonnelGeneral office support workers
      Receptionists
      Personnel clerks
      Court clerks
      Data entry clerks
      Desktop publishing operators and related occupations
      Accounting and related clerks
      Payroll administrators
      Banking, insurance and other financial clerks
      Collectors
      Library assistants and clerks
      Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks
      Survey interviewers and statistical clerks
      Mail, postal and related workers
      Letter carriers
      Couriers, messengers and door-to-door distributors
      Shippers and receivers
      Storekeepers and partspersons
      Production logistics co-ordinators
      Purchasing and inventory control workers
      Dispatchers
      Transportation route and crew schedulers
      11Intermediate Sales and Service PersonnelDental assistants
      Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates
      Other assisting occupations in support of health services
      Home child care providers
      Home support workers, housekeepers and related occupations
      Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants
      Sheriffs and bailiffs
      Correctional service officers
      By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers, n.e.c.
      Sales and account representatives — wholesale trade (non-technical)
      Retail salespersons
      Maîtres d’hôtel and hosts/hostesses
      Bartenders
      Food and beverage servers
      Travel counsellors
      Pursers and flight attendants
      Airline ticket and service agents
      Ground and water transport ticket agents, cargo service representatives and related clerks
      Hotel front desk clerks
      Tour and travel guides
      Outdoor sport and recreational guides
      Casino workers
      Security guards and related security service occupations
      Customer services representatives — financial institutions
      Other customer and information services representatives
      Image, social and other personal consultants
      Estheticians, electrologists and related occupations
      Pet groomers and animal care workers
      Other personal service occupations
      12Semi-Skilled Manual WorkersResidential and commercial installers and servicers
      Waterworks and gas maintenance workers
      Pest controllers and fumigators
      Other repairers and servicers
      Longshore workers
      Material handlers
      Transport truck drivers
      Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators
      Taxi and limousine drivers and chauffeurs
      Delivery and courier service drivers
      Heavy equipment operators (except crane)
      Public works maintenance equipment operators and related workers
      Railway yard and track maintenance workers
      Water transport deck and engine room crew
      Boat and cable ferry operators and related occupations
      Air transport ramp attendants
      Other automotive mechanical installers and servicers
      Underground mine service and support workers
      Oil and gas well drilling and related workers and services operators
      Chain saw and skidder operators
      Silviculture and forestry workers
      General farm workers
      Nursery and greenhouse workers
      Fishing vessel deckhands
      Trappers and hunters
      Machine operators, mineral and metal processing
      Foundry workers
      Glass forming and finishing machine operators and glass cutters
      Concrete, clay and stone forming operators
      Inspectors and testers, mineral and metal processing
      Metalworking and forging machine operators
      Machining tool operators
      Other metal products machine operators
      Chemical plant machine operators
      Plastics processing machine operators
      Rubber processing machine operators and related workers
      Sawmill machine operators
      Pulp mill machine operators
      Papermaking and finishing machine operators
      Other wood processing machine operators
      Paper converting machine operators
      Lumber graders and other wood processing inspectors and graders
      Woodworking machine operators
      Textile fibre and yarn, hide and pelt processing machine operators and workers
      Weavers, knitters and other fabric making occupations
      Fabric, fur and leather cutters
      Industrial sewing machine operators
      Inspectors and graders, textile, fabric, fur and leather products manufacturing
      Process control and machine operators, food and beverage processing
      Industrial butchers and meat cutters, poultry preparers and related workers
      Fish and seafood plant workers
      Testers and graders, food and beverage processing
      Plateless printing equipment operators
      Camera, platemaking and other prepress occupations
      Binding and finishing machine operators
      Photographic and film processors
      Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors
      Motor vehicle assemblers, inspectors and testers
      Electronics assemblers, fabricators, inspectors and testers
      Assemblers and inspectors, electrical appliance, apparatus and equipment manufacturing
      Assemblers, fabricators and inspectors, industrial electrical motors and transformers
      Mechanical assemblers and inspectors
      Machine operators and inspectors, electrical apparatus manufacturing
      Boat assemblers and inspectors
      Furniture and fixture assemblers and inspectors
      Other wood products assemblers and inspectors
      Furniture finishers and refinishers
      Plastic products assemblers, finishers and inspectors
      Industrial painters, coaters and metal finishing process operators
      Other products assemblers, finishers and inspectors
      13Other Sales and Service PersonnelCashiers
      Service station attendants
      Store shelf stockers, clerks and order fillers
      Other sales related occupations
      Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations
      Support occupations in accommodation, travel and facilities set-up services
      Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport
      Light duty cleaners
      Specialized cleaners
      Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents
      Dry cleaning, laundry and related occupations
      Other service support occupations, n.e.c.
      14Other Manual WorkersConstruction trades helpers and labourers
      Other trades helpers and labourers
      Public works and maintenance labourers
      Railway and motor transport labourers
      Harvesting labourers
      Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers
      Aquaculture and marine harvest labourers
      Mine labourers
      Oil and gas drilling, servicing and related labourers
      Logging and forestry labourers
      Labourers in mineral and metal processing
      Labourers in metal fabrication
      Labourers in chemical products processing and utilities
      Labourers in wood, pulp and paper processing
      Labourers in Rubber and Plastic Products Manufacturing
      Labourers in textile processing
      Labourers in food and beverage processing
      Labourers in fish and seafood processing
      Other labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities
      • *n.e.c. = not elsewhere classified

      SCHEDULE III(Subsection 1(2))

      Occupational Groups — Portions of the Federal Public Administration Referred to in Paragraph 4(1)(b) of the Act

      ItemColumn I
      Occupational Groups
      1Air Traffic Control
      2Aircraft Operations
      3Applied Science and Patent Examination
      4Architecture, Engineering and Land Survey
      5Border Services
      6Commerce and Purchasing
      7Comptrollership
      8Correctional Services
      9Education and Library Science
      10Economics and Social Science Services
      11Electronics
      12Executive
      13Foreign Service
      14Health Services
      15Human Resources Management
      16Information Technology
      17Law Management
      18Law Practitioner
      19Negotiation, Mediation and Conciliation Officer
      20Non-Supervisory Printing Services
      21Operational Services
      22Police Operations Support
      23Program and Administrative Services
      24Radio Operations
      25Research
      26Ship Repair Chargehands and Production Supervisors (East)
      27Ship Repair (East)
      28Ship Repair (West)
      29Ships’ Officers
      30Technical Services
      31Translation
      32University Teaching
  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 23

    • 23 Schedules VI to VIII to the Regulations are replaced by the Schedule VIII set out in Schedule 2 to these Regulations.

      SCHEDULE VIII(Paragraph 26(1)(b))Salary Sections

      • Under $5,000
      • $5,000 - $9,999
      • $10,000 - $14,999
      • $15,000 - $19,999
      • $20,000 - $24,999
      • $25,000 - $34,999
      • $35,000 - $49,999
      • $50,000 - $74,999
      • $75,000 - $99,999
      • $100,000 - $149,999
      • $150,000 - $199,999
      • $200,000 - $249,999
      • $250,000 and over
  • — SOR/2020-236, s. 24

    • 24 The Employment Equity Regulations, as they read immediately before the coming into force of these Regulations, continue to apply for the purpose of the completion of the employment equity report for the 2020 reporting period.

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