WorkInCulture to Examine Cultural Industries Labour Market Information (LMI)
Posted by Nordicity on Jan 02, 2014

WorkInCulture has engaged Nordicity to develop and conduct a short survey in response to gaps in timely and relevant labour market information specific to the creative industries.

This survey is aimed at HR professionals or those responsible for hiring in film, television, books, magazines, music and interactive digital media (IDM) companies located in Ontario.

Take the survey here: http://fluidsurveys.com/s/WiCLMI-Pilot/

Responses will help shed light on the highest priority labour market information gaps common to organizations across Ontario's creative industries. Priorities were determined through interviews with a group of key stakeholders from the creative industries.

The survey will also become part of a pilot project for the development of a regularly updated labour market information tracking tool focused on the creative industries. The vision is for the results to provide cross-industry insights regarding:

  • Recruitment strategies
  • Salaries and non-salary benefits
  • Hiring trends
  • Succession planning

The objective is to provide timely information that will help creative industry executives, hiring managers and HR decision-makers plan for the future.

Your participation in this 15-minute survey (http://fluidsurveys.com/s/WiCLMI-Pilot/) will help us achieve a representative understanding of labour market information in Ontario's creative industries and is greatly appreciated.

This survey has been developed by Nordicity, on behalf of WorkInCulture, with support from the Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC).

Confidentiality
Nordicity is committed to strict data confidentiality. At no time will specific responses to the survey provided by your company be shared with WorkInCulture, OMDC or any other party. All data will only be presented in aggregate.

Questions?
If you have any questions about this survey please contact Julie Whelan of Nordicity at jwhelan@nordicity.com.

For questions about the wider study, please contact Diane Davy of WorkInCulture at dianedavy@workinculture.ca.