Close the Gender Pay Gap for Professors and Instructors at Carleton University
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Women faculty at Carleton University earn significantly less than their male counterparts, after accounting for confounding variables (e.g., Arts and Social Sciences: $2,837; Engineering and Design: $6,720; Public Affairs: $3,854; Science: $5,828; Business: $3,258; Instructors: $5,580).
The administration has completely rejected CUASA’s bargaining table proposal to fix the pay equity problem, despite the fact that the university is currently in an exceptionally strong financial position.
Several other universities in Canada, for example McMaster, Simon Fraser, and the University of British Columbia, have already corrected similar gender biases in remuneration using the same labour economic methodology (see here).
Carleton faculty have already begun circulating an open letter supporting CUASA's fight at the bargaining table.
Now it's your turn. It's 2018. It's time for a change. It's time to close the gap.
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