Introduction

Survey Objective: 

The Grand Valley Construction Association is partnering with the Workforce Planning Board of Waterloo Wellington Dufferin in a survey to better identify the needs of our members.  Please take the time to complete this, we will share the information with you.  This information will be valuable to help determine our employment needs for the future, and will be a guiding light to government agencies who make decisions on our behalf.

Please allow 15 minutes to complete this.

If your business is located in Norkfolk, Haldimand Brantford, Brant, Six Nations or New Credit your responses will be shared with the Grand Erie Workforce Planning Board.

If your business is located in Grey County your responses will be shared with the  Four Counties Labour Market Planning Board.

When you have completed the survey, please ensure that you click "Done" to submit your feedback.  If you would like to be eligible for the prize draw of a Bosch Compact Worksite Radio please ensure you provide your contact information at the end of the survey (prize value is $149.99). The prize draw will take place on February 9, 2018 and the winner will be notified by email or telephone. 

Filling in the EmployerOne Survey

Your business may receive EmployerOne from more than one source, but the survey should only be completed once. 

Confidentiality and Anonymity

This survey has been designed to protect your identity.  All responses are completely confidential.  All answers given will be used for statistical purposes and published in aggregate form only. At the end of the survey there are questions related to business resources that allow you to request specific information which we will follow up with you on.

A copy of the results of this survey will be made available on the Workforce Planning Board website: www.workforceplanningboard.com in March 2018.  A snapshot of the Construction Sector findings will be released in April 2018.

Need Help? If at any point you require assistance, please contact us at 519-622-7122

This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario

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