As part of this work, we are developing Workforce Development Strategies for Māori and women.
These strategies are due to be launched in October 2018 and will focus on the things that the sector as a whole can do to increase diversity and ensure people from a range of backgrounds are working in the sector at all levels.
We have developed both draft strategies based on
- initial consultation with some of our stakeholders
- work completed in other sectors.
We now request your input to ensure that the strategies best meet the needs of your business and the construction sector in general.
You can provide your input by completing a short survey of 10 questions about what things are most important and what initiatives you believe could make a difference.
If you have further thoughts, comments or ideas to share with us, or want to discuss the strategies in more detail please contact our Workforce Development Strategist, Jenny Connor, or call 0800 422 486 and ask for Jenny.
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