Equality in employment a royal commission reportabella 1984 often called the abella report was a landmark that fundamentally influenced the fields of employment and human rights law jurisprudence and public policy it created the concept of employment equity a distinctly canadian policy to address inequality in employment on the basis of gender visible minority status disability and . Employment equity in canada sets the standard for any discussion of employment equity in canada james muir faculty of law university of alberta informative and evidence based this book celebrates the legacy of the abella report while raising critical questions about the continuing challenges of achieving workplace equality. In the mid 1980s the abella commission on equality in employment and the federal employment equity act made canada a policy leader in addressing systemic discrimination in the work place. A year later however canada had its first employment equity act that implemented many of the reports recommendations before the end of the decade abella had the satisfaction of reading the supreme court decision in andrews v law society of british columbia a case that resonated with her on a personal level. In the mid 1980s the abella commission on equality in employment and the federal employment equity act made canada a policy leader in addressing systemic discrimination in the workplace
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