Taking action against harassment and sexual violence in federal workplaces, Labour Program seeks input from all Canadians, your input is valuable. This survey will take less then 20 minutes to complete and is anonymous. You will not be asked anything that will reveal your name or personal information.
The Government of Canada is taking action to ensure that federal workplaces are free from harassment and sexual violence. To deliver on this priority, we are engaging with Canadians through this online consultation to gain insight into your personal experiences with these issues.
These consultations are taking place from February 14, 2017, to March 9, 2017.
Your participation in this survey will help us understand:
the prevalence of workplace harassment and violence in Canadian workplaces;
the types of harassing and violent behaviours that Canadians are experiencing in their workplaces;
the types of risks that are contributing to workplace harassment and violence;
the types of preventative measures, responses and supports that are being provided; and
the types of resources that would be useful towards achieving our goal of having workplaces free from harassment and sexual violence.
All Canadians are welcome to participate in this consultation. We are asking you to take part and have your voices heard.
How to participate
Tell us what you think by participating in the online questionnaire. This survey will take less then 20 minutes to complete and is anonymous you will not be asked anything that will reveal your name or personal information.