Phase 1: Survey
Measuring the benefits of social procurement in the Canadian construction industry
Participate in this first-ever Canadian study to research the construction industry’s use of different labour suppliers. The $170+ billion Canadian construction industry employs some 1.4 million people across Canada, but on the horizon is an increasing labour shortage of tens of thousands of workers.
Many workers face barriers accessing these positions, and social procurement in construction tendering can bridge construction sites to the host community’s own goals. Questions remain unanswered about the cost of social procurement, and so researchers with Simon Fraser University Urban Studies invite you to share your knowledge.
Are you a construction supervisor?
If you would like to take part in the Build Social Study, share your name and email to receive a custom survey code you can use for every time you participate.
What are your observations as a site supervisor about the performance of different workers?
Phase 1: Survey Questions
10 Survey Questions
Estimated time to complete on survey:
Less than 5 minutes.
Your participation is appreciated to help improve the construction sector and the communities in which we work. You are not required to participate in this survey, but it is valuable insight you provide, and as such we will randomly award five (5) $100 Keg Restaurant Gift certificates. Each individual survey submitted enters your name in the draw. By providing your contact info to win prizes does not trace back to your survey answers and your employer will not access any individual survey results.
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