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Employment Equity Framework

Employment equity is a fundamental element of McMaster’s commitment to build an inclusive community in which all members feel safe and empowered, valued and respected for their contributions. It creates an environment in which all can further the shared purposes of the University: research and education excellence.

The University recognizes that inclusion occurs when access to services, benefits and opportunities is equitable, when systems and structures facilitate full participation by all community members, and when all are treated equitably and fairly and are recognized for their contributions. Forward with Integrity: The Next Phase highlights the need for a sustained focus on equity and diversity to address systemic inequalities and to promote and support equitable hiring, recruitment and retention processes that reflect the diversity of our broader community.

In keeping with this commitment, the University undertakes to:

  • Identify employment equity priorities, to help redress imbalances promptly and meaningfully
  • Plan and implement evidence-based employment equity strategies
  • Define levels of accountability for ensuring equitable hiring practices
  • Foster and support employee leadership capabilities through leadership development, training and recognition to promote equity and inclusion
  • Continue to enhance the connections and relationships between McMaster and the communities we serve

For McMaster to recruit, retain and develop the best workforce, we must also create a workplace that is welcoming, diverse and inclusive. Sound employment equity policies and practices are the foundation needed to build such a workplace.

In our efforts to fulfill McMaster’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusivity, we have released the results of our 2016 Employment Equity Census. You can view or download the accessible, print-friendly Employment Equity Report here. Please direct any questions about the report to May-Marie Duwai-Sowa, Employment Equity Specialist at  or telephone 905-525-9140 ext. 23495. 

Employment Equity Forum

 

Human Resources in collaboration with key partners hosted two Employment Equity Forums and Visioning Conversations intended to engage staff and faculty in a collective visioning session, elicit feedback, gain useful insights and facilitate engagement, as we embark on implementing key employment equity initiatives over the next year. See the flyer.

Employment Equity Plan

An employment equity plan identifies the policies, practices, procedures and initiatives intended to ensure full representation of all designated groups including women, Indigenous Peoples, Racialized Persons, Persons with Disabilities, LGBTQ+ and Trans Individuals within the respective area. The plan should outline the short-term and long-term goals, and measures to correct any under-representation of designated groups. The plan should also propose a practicable timeframe for the implementation of each of the measures identified and stated goals.

All academic and administration areas are required to complete an employment equity plan outlining their annual employment equity goals and implementation strategies, these include Administration, Research, Advancement, Student Affairs, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences and the Faculty of Business. A template is available แชทสดhere. 

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Mailing Info:

Employment Equity

Gilmour Hall 304

1280 Main Street West

Hamilton, Ontario, L8S 4L8

May-Marie Duwai-Sowa

Employment Equity Specialist

Phone: (905) 525-9140 extension 24395

Email:

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Melanie Garaffa

Senior Manager, Organizational Development

Phone: (905) 525-9140 extension 28660

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