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And the survey says …

It’s that time again – employee satisfaction survey time. The annual survey conducted by the Office of Institutional Research and Planning, which asks employees to rate their satisfaction with various university services, went out across campus this week. “Carleton’s employees work Continue 

Support staff strike largest in Carleton’s history

By Shelley Henderson with notes from Riaz Sidi As students arrived for the first day of fall classes on September 5, approximately 700 of the university’s support staff began strike action. The employees are members of the Canadian Union of Continue 

Two-minute interview

Like Natalie Sasseville, you too can be profiled in a future issue of Carleton Now. We’re pleased to put the spotlight on the University’s dedicated faculty and staff who make Canada’s Capital University an outstanding place to learn and work. Just visit carletonnow.ca and click on the Continue 

Non-academic recruitment goes electronic

Carleton University’s non-academic recruitment process is about to get considerably better. This month the Department of Human Resources is implementing iRecruiter, a new Electronic Recruitment System (ERS) to help make the staffi ng process Continue 

Measuring the benefit of employee training

Training consistently ranks high on an employee’s wish list and Canadian companies have responded, spending an average of $914 on training per employee per year. Corporations need to ensure, however, that their investment in training provides Continue 

Two-minute interview

Like Jane Keeler, you too can be profiled in a future issue of Carleton Now. We’re pleased to put the spotlight on the University’s dedicated faculty and staff who make Canada’s Capital University an outstanding place to learn and work. — Name: Jane Keeler Title: Counsellor Continue 

2004 Carleton University Employment Equity Work Plan Objectives 7, 8

Objective 7: To Ensure Written and Visual Communication is Free of Discrimination on the Basis of Gender, Race and Disability Periodically update the Continue 

2004 Carleton University Employment Equity Work Plan Objective 6

Objective 6: To Provide a Supportive, Safe and Secure Work Environment for Designated Group Members to Aid Them in Participating Fully in the Life of the Continue 

2004 Carleton University Employment Equity Work Plan – Objectives 3, 4, 5

Objective 3: To Increase the Representation of Designated Groups Where They are Underrepresented Revise the qualitative goals of the University’s Employment Continue 

2004 Carleton University Employment Equity Work Plan – Objective 2

Objective 2: To Ensure That all Policies and Practices are Free of Discrimination Reconvene employment equity parity committees.Responsibility: Equity Services Continue 

2004 Carleton University Employment Equity Work Plan – Objective 1

Objective 1: To Inform and Educate the Community Produce and distribute the publication of the Employment Equity Policy to all faculty and Continue 

2004 Carleton University Employment Equity Work Plan Objective 1

Objective 1: To Inform and Educate the Community Produce and distribute the publication of the Employment Equity Policy to all faculty and Continue 

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) . Notes: 1. Goals are calculated taking into account anticipated Continue 

Monitoring progress in employment equity at Carleton

1. Employment Equity Census Under the Federal Contractors Program (FCP), Carleton is required to gather and maintain information of the representation of the four designated groups in our work force. For this reason, all continuing employees (and Continue 

A Summary of the Results of the 2004 Audit of Carleton University’s Employment Equity Program by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada

Communication on Employment Equity to EmployeesPositive Findings: The communication of employment equity issues and initiatives to employees is good. Employees are informed on a constant basis on various topics associated with employment equity Continue 

What is a compliance review?

In December 1989, Carleton submitted its first Employment Equity Compliance Review Report and Employment Equity Work Plan to the federal government as part of the Federal Contractors Program (FCP). In June 1990, the FCP honoured our exceptional Continue 

What is Employment Equity?

It is not that individuals in the designated groups are inherently unable to achieve equality on their own, it is that the obstacles in their way are so formidable and self-perpetuating that they cannot be overcome without intervention. It is both Continue 

Faces of Carleton

Carleton has many dedicated employees. In each issue of Carleton NOW, we introduce a person or team from the Carleton community in an effort to showcase the outstanding individuals that contribute to the University’s many accomplishments. Finding work after graduation continues to get Continue 

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