Survey for Job Seekers & Employees

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A new community survey is giving residents a chance talk about their workplace experiences.

The Job Seeker & Employee Survey is designed to gather critical information from employees and job seekers about their expectations, needs and challenges.

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The survey is open to everyone: people who are currently working, those who are unemployed, those who consider themselves underemployed, those who are looking for their first job.

The survey is open to anyone who lives/works in Brantford, Six Nations, New Credit and the counties of Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk.

It should take about 5 minutes to complete.

Questions cover ways people look for work, what factors make it difficult to find work, reasons for leaving or quitting a job, reasons for staying in a job, what contributes to job satisfaction and more.

The survey is open until Oct. 31, 2019.

A report on the survey’s findings will be released to the community afterwards.

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