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Engineers Canada Survey


Engineers Canada is developing a guideline to help engineers and engineering firms make decisions that will foster an increased percentage of women in their workforces. They’re conducting a national survey to learn more about current engineering workplace practices, potential audiences for the guideline, and topics it should cover. This survey will be distributed to thousands of engineering stakeholders across Canada. The data will be used to create a “general direction” document that will directly inform the content of the guideline developed. The more diverse perspectives they receive, regardless of gender, career stage, background, etc., the stronger the guideline will be. Participants in the process will be contributing to Engineers Canada’s greater goal of fostering engineering workplaces that are more inclusive of women. The survey will be open until November 27, 2020.

 

Take the survey.

 

Questions about the survey or the process can be directed to Isabelle Flamand, Coordinator, Qualifications at isabelle.flamand@engineerscanada.ca.


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