A gap analysis of employment equity and diversity research in the Canadian Forces: D68-6/009-2009E-PDF
« The goal of this report is to provide a gap analysis of the research that has been conducted with regards to employment equity (EE) and diversity in the Canadian Forces (CF). For the purpose of discussion, the research was separated into five main categories, namely EE/diversity in general and then each of the four designated groups under the EE Act (Aboriginal peoples, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), and Women). Using a conceptual model created for this study, several key gaps were identified in the existing research and a guide for future research was developed. Most notably, it was determined that the largest gaps in the research are in the areas of Aboriginal peoples, Visible Minorities and PWDs, but suggestions for future research are made for all five categories »--Abstract.
|Department/Agency||Defence R&D Canada.|
|Title||A gap analysis of employment equity and diversity research in the Canadian Forces|
|Series Title||Technical Memorandum ;|
|Publication Type||Series - View Master Record|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Number of Pages||viii, 56 p.|
|Subject Terms||Technical reports, Employment equity, Armed forces|
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