Our Changing Workforce

Diversity and Inclusion 2018-2021 Plan - Featuring a picture of Pauline Pemik, Producer, CBC North, Iqaluit

Our Changing Workforce

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Our audiences are evolving, and so are we. While our previous three-year plans focused on employment equity occupational groups, this time we decided to focus on the main employee groups found at CBC/Radio-Canada. We also decided to show not only how our workforce has evolved from a national standpoint, but also the evolution for all of our main business units. Finally, in line with our vision to be the media leader in drawing on the wealth of unique Canadian perspectives to shape our content, workplace and workforce, we have started to report on one other diversity dimension in addition to the employment equity groups: the LGBTQ2+1 community.

The first two tables found through each of the following links show the Corporation’s workforce makeup in 2015 and then in 2018. Industry availability is based on the results of Statistics Canada’s 2011 National Household Survey and 2012 Canadian Survey on Disability. The remaining tables show hiring goals where representation gaps remain.

Workforce analysis observations:

1. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, two-spirit and other gender and sexual diversity.

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