DE&I at CN
FEB 02, 2024

Pay Gap Disclosure

CN’s journey towards a fairer and more inclusive workplace

Pay Gap Disclosure

The Government of Canada introduced amendments to the Employment Equity legislation that mandates all federally-regulated companies, like CN, to report their pay data. This legislation aims to enhance workplace transparency and accountability by disclosing pay gaps per employer through a new online application. The government calculates and reports pay gaps for four designated groups: women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, and members of visible minorities.

The pay gap numbers do not compare people in the same role, they compare how much people in designated groups altogether earn, including salaries, bonuses, and overtime. They also don't consider other important factors like union membership, how long someone has been working, job availability, and how people identify themselves at work.

CN is committed to pay equity, ensuring we offer fair and competitive compensation for all employees. We believe that pay equity and pay gap reporting are important ways to monitor our compensation and inform actions to reinforce our commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I).

Watch this video to learn more about pay gap reporting and our journey to making CN the best place to work.

Join CN on our journey towards a fairer and more inclusive workplace for all. Together, we can make a difference.