Leading on Diversity

Nomination Form

Recognizing those owner/clients, contractors, and unions in Ontario that are leading the way by working together to increase the participation of Black, Indigenous and racialized workers in the construction industry through:

  • leadership
  • collaboration
  • innovation
  • action
  • impact and
  • recognizable, or measurable change in recruitment, hiring, progress on the job and in apprenticeships, welcome and respect on the job

The award recognizes an organization that puts into practice best practices identified by the Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Benchmarks (GDEIB,) standards for organizations around the world.

Leading on Diversity Award Form

Nomination Form
What type of organization are you nominating?
Has the leadership in the organization committed to participating in a community benefits program in a project that it is leading or responsible for?
Has the leadership in the organization committed to increasing diversity in its workforce and put in place policies, and/or a plan to accomplish this goal?
Has the organization adjusted traditional recruitment, hiring and procurement practices to incorporate more inclusive approaches?
Has the organization been successful in in attracting, recruiting or employing and retaining more individuals from diverse backgrounds?
Has the organization taken steps to create a more welcoming environment for new hires and apprentices ?
Does the organization track, measure or observe results on any of these metrics for Black, Indigenous, and other racialized workers, including women youth and newcomers?
Check all that apply.
Does the organization invest in procurement benefiting local, social and diverse suppliers?
Does the organization contribute to or support equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives in the broader community?
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