Gender-Based Salary Equity
Faculty Gender Pay Equity
1. Executive Summary
2. Report of the Provostial Advisory Group on Faculty Gender Pay Equity, University of Toronto, April 15, 2019
3. Provost’s Administrative Response to the Report of the Provostial Advisory Group on Faculty Gender Pay Equity, University of Toronto
4. Joint Statement with the University of Toronto Faculty Association
Librarian Gender-Based Salary Equity
1. Joint Statement by UTFA and the University Administration, November 28, 2019
UTFA and the University Administration share a strong commitment to identifying and addressing gender-based salary equity issues for faculty and librarians at the University of Toronto. To that end, the Administration and UTFA agreed to examine the possibility of gender-based discrepancies in pay for librarians and each conducted a separate analysis of the issue. The Provost’s Office, in close consultation with the Chief Librarian’s Office, issued a Report on Librarians and Gender-Based Salary Equity.
Consistent with our shared commitment, we agree that it is important that the gender-based salary gap identified in the Report be addressed in a timely way and that all women librarians receive a 3.9% increase to their July 2, 2019 base salary. In addition, UTFA and the University Administration have agreed to establish a joint working group to explore issues that may affect the compensation of librarians who are members of equity seeking groups, including those who identify as women, Indigenous, racialized, LGBTQ2, non-binary and persons with disabilities.