News» Go to news main
Dalhousie partners with CCDI to research diversity and inclusion in Canadian workplaces
The Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI) is partnering with Dalhousie to launch a national study on diversity and inclusion in the workplace. National data on diversity and inclusion practices in Canadian workplaces is lacking. Without this benchmarking information, it is often difficult to develop standards. Diversity and inclusion practitioners and CEOs or Senior Leaders are a vital part of shaping Canadian workplaces and are in a unique position to help fill this knowledge gap.
The data will be gathered through the release of two short surveys: one geared towards diversity and inclusion practitioners and another for CEOs/senior leaders. We hope both target groups from the same organization will respond to these surveys, as this will allow us to collect robust data.
The surveys will be available between May 14 to June 7, 2018 on CCDI’s website – www.ccdi.ca/ndib
- Creative Destruction Lab Atlantic to receive $1.25 million from Invest Nova Scotia
- 2018 Scotiabank Ethics in Action at Dalhousie a celebration of leadership and courage
- Rowe School prof donates her hair for cancer patients: This time it's personal
- Never underestimate the power of coffee: Priyanka Kochhar
- Campus director finds her ideal advanced degree
- Meet our MBA Society president Corey Wheaton
- Retiring faculty profile: Joan Davison Conrod
- Connecting MBA students with massively scalable startups: the CDL experience