Summary of Employment Equity at Carleton University

Representation of Designated Groups in the Carleton University Work Force by Occupational Grouping, 1999 and 2003 (with 2007 Numerical Goals and Data on External Availability)



1. Goals are calculated taking into account anticipated retirements and projected hiring in the occupational area. The projected proportion of new hires who are designated group members is determined by assuming a hiring rate equal to the 1996 external availability in the occupational area.

2. In some instances the 1997 goal is lower than the current 2003 level. This results from a calulation that takes into account anticipated retirements and projected new hires in the occupational area.

3. The Carleton University count of employees with disabilities is based on a broader definition than that used in the Personal Activity Limitation Survey (PALS).

Overall Representation of Designated Group Members
in the Carleton University Work Force, 1988 to 2003


Source: Employment Equity Work Force Files, 1988 to 2003.

1. Adjusted Census Count includes employees on long-term disability who are eligible to return to work.

2. “% External” for the years 1988 to 1994 reflects data drawn from the 1986 Canadian Census; for the years 1995 to 1998, the 1991 Canadian Census; 1999 to 2003, the 1996 Canadian Census.

3. Cell sizes of three or fewer are suppressed to protect the confidentiality of the data.

4. Data on women are population data, while data for the other designated groups are drawn from the Carleton University Census.

5. N=Count of individuals in the designated group.

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