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  • Source: Canadian Union of Public Employees, Toby Sanger, “Battle of the Wages: Who Gets Paid More, Private or Public Sector Workers?” December 2012.http://cupe.ca/economics/battle-wages-paid-more-public-private
  • Source: Canadian Union of Public Employees, Toby Sanger, “Battle of the Wages: Who Gets Paid More, Private or Public Sector Workers?” December 2012.http://cupe.ca/economics/battle-wages-paid-more-public-private
  • Source: Canadian Union of Public Employees, Toby Sanger, “Battle of the Wages: Who Gets Paid More, Private or Public Sector Workers?” December 2012.http://cupe.ca/economics/battle-wages-paid-more-public-private
  • Source: Canadian Union of Public Employees, Toby Sanger, “Battle of the Wages: Who Gets Paid More, Private or Public Sector Workers?” December 2012.http://cupe.ca/economics/battle-wages-paid-more-public-private
  • Source: Collective Agreement Information System (CAIS) data-base, CUPE. Report March 2011 for OMECC.N=308 CUPE collective agreements in Ontario – 248 municipal and 60 library

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  • Sanger, Toby. Battle of the Wages: Who gets paid more? Public or Private Sector Workers? December 2011. http://cupe.ca/economics/battle-wages-paid-more-public-privatecope491:dg
  • Sanger, Toby. Battle of the Wages. December 2011. http://cupe.ca/economics/battle- wages-paid-more-public-privatecope491:dg
  • People working in the top paid professions earn more in private business. People working in the lowest paid jobs earn more in the public sector than working for private companies Personal support workers Cleaners Laundry workers Kitchen and food workers Sanger, Toby. Battle of the Wages. December 2011. http://cupe.ca/economics/battle-cope491:dg wages-paid-more-public-private
  • The pay gap between women and men in the public sector is much smaller than in the private sector. Women, on average, earn 4.5% more in the public sector than in the private sector Men earn 5% less in the public sector than in the private sector. Sanger, Toby. Battle of the Wages. December 2011. http://cupe.ca/economics/battle- wages-paid-more-public-privatecope491:dg
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  • Not all employees are covered. Employees can be fired. Employer can downsize.cope491:dg
  • Budget 2012 proposed to Toronto City Council: CUPE Local 79 - 624 positions deleted CUPE Local 416 - 531 positions deleted CUPE Local 4948 (Library) - 107 positions deleted CUPE Local 2998 (AOCCs)- unknown People are currently working in more than half of the city positions marked for deletion.cope491:dg
  • According to Toronto City Staff: April 2011 – Cost to redeploy 312 solid waste employees = $0 December 2011 – Cost to redeploy 145 employees = $10,000,000 Is either accurate?cope491:dg
  • Prepared by CUPE Research, Shelly Gordon January 23, 2012cope491:dg