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1996 Employment Equity Data Report Release no. 2 = Rapport statistique sur l'équité en matière d'emploi de 1996. Édition no 2. [electronic resource].
imprint
Ottawa : Labour Standards and Workplace Equity, Human Resources Development Canada = Normes de travail et Équité en milieu de travail, Développement des ressources humaines Canada, 1999.
description
1 CD-ROM ; 12 cm. + 1 manual (79, [29], 84 p. ; 28 cm.) + 1 memo
format(s)
Computer Programs
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imprint
Ottawa : Labour Standards and Workplace Equity, Human Resources Development Canada = Normes de travail et Équité en milieu de travail, Développement des ressources humaines Canada, 1999.
general note
The Inter-departmental Co-ordinating Committee on Employment Equity Data (comprising representatives from Human Resources Development Canada, Treasury Board Secretariat, Statistics Canada, the Canadian Human Rights Commission and the Public Service Commission) is responsible for co-ordinating and developing designated group data; their work is approved by a Steering Committee comprising of senior management.
The manual(p7) provides (I) instructions on how to successfully install the CD-ROM, (II) instructions on browsing the files and (III), a description of the directories within the CD-ROM.
abstract
The report on the four designated groups (women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities) provides information on the occupational and educational characteristics of designated groups by specific labour market areas. It assists employers in planning and implementing employment equity. 1996 Census Forms (2A and 2B) and Guide, in conjunction with internal workforce data, are used to assess their individual performance. The source of data on women, Aboriginal peoples and visible minorities is the 1996 Census of Canada. The source of data on persons with disabilities is the 1991 Health and Activity Limitation Survey (HALS).
catalogue key
6948889
technical details
System requirements: IBM PC compatible 386, or higher; 8 MB of RAM; CD-ROM drive; Microsoft Windows 3.1, or higher.

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