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Fact Sheet #2c Workforce Survey

Level 1

Element: Communication and Consultation

Outcome 2: Consultation and communication begins regarding anti-discrimination and employment equity matters.

Indicator 2c): Communication and consultation with respect to conducting a legislated workforce survey required by the Employment Equity Act (EEA) has taken place.

Fact Sheet #1c) Resources for Complaints and Employment Equity

Level 1

Element: Leadership and Accountability

Outcome 1: Senior leadership is committed to meeting the requirements of both the Canadian Human Rights Act and Employment Equity Act, and to embarking on the Human Rights Maturity Model (the Model) journey.

Indicator 1c): Human resources personnel or other resources have been identified by the organization for dealing with discrimination complaints and employment equity.

Fact Sheet #1b) Promoting the Change

Level 1

Element: Leadership and Accountability

Outcome 1: Senior leadership is committed to meeting the requirements of both the Canadian Human Rights Act (CHRA) and the Employment Equity Act (EEA), and to embarking on the HRMM journey.

Indicator 1b): Senior leadership has started to engage with employees, employee associations/unions to promote the change.