Dozens of civilian employees will have their complaint heard this week at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario as they accuse the Ontario Provincial Police of systemic discrimination. Eighty-four predominately female civilian managers and specialists who work for the OPP claim they are victims of gender-based discrimination and are paid significantly less – on average 42 per cent less – than uniformed officer managers who are predominately male, even though they are doing the same work.
Female OPP civilian employees claim they face ‘systemic discrimination,’ launch human rights complaint
socastcmsRssStartAllison VuchnichsocastcmsRssEndDozens of civilian managers with the OPP say they are victims of systemic discrimination. The OPP denies these allegations.
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