Federally Regulated Employment Equity Services

The Employment Equity Act requires federally regulated employers with at least 100 employees to analyze their workforce, review their employment systems, and develop and implement an employment equity program.

The Act requires employers to ensure the full representation of members of four designated groups within their organizations: women, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and members of racialized groups.

Frame & Associates has specialized in providing employment equity services since 1992.  We have substantive experience in preparing employment equity reports for a variety of employers and extensive experience assisting employers in meeting the requirements of the Employment Equity Act

Do you need help in meeting the requirements of the Employment Equity Act and the Federal Contractor’s Program?

Our employment equity services include planning and implementation. We can work in partnership with your staff or we can take the lead role in fulfilling your company’s employment equity requirements. We can prepare and submit your company’s annual report to government. Even if your company is not covered by the legislation, our services will help you assess how fair your workplace practices are, which is important as the labour market changes.

Our employment equity services include

  • Federally regulated employment equity
  • Statistical report preparation using the Workplace Equity Information Management System (WEIMS)
  • Narrative annual report preparation
  • Self-identification survey and communications
  • Workforce data collection and analysis
  • Strategic employment equity planning and policy development
  • Organization cultural assessment
  • An Employment systems review
  • Employment equity awareness training
  • Our Employment equity best practices
  • Program monitoring and evaluation
  • Employment equity reports

Please contact us for more information.

Employment Equity Services

What Our Clients Say

“Rebecca’s thorough understanding of our business operations helps us meet legislative requirements and design relevant and realistic equity plans.”

Sandi Case, Vice President, People and Business Performance, Vancouver Fraser Port Authority