Survey for Settlement Sector Workers - Deadline Apr. 17th
The RRLIP has been asked to share a survey designed for settlement sector workers and organization leadership, during this time of suddenly moving to remote/digital work.
While everyone is supporting their clients and communities, North York Community House & the Department of Imaginary Affairs, want to hear how staff are doing, what the experience has been, what the challenges are, and what can be learned.
Who is this survey for?
This survey is intended to capture the perspectives of front line workers, as well as those in leadership positions, within the settlement sector. The settlement sector is defined as those providing any and all services to newcomers including, but not limited to immigration, employment, financial literacy, housing, language services.
How long will it take?
This survey could take anywhere between 15-25 minutes.
The survey deadline is April 17, 2020.
Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/settlementsectorsurvey
Sharing survey results
Survey results will be shared directly with all those who provide an email address (optional) in the survey. It will also be distributed widely throughout the immigrant and refugee-serving sector through various communication channels, such as mailing lists, provincial umbrella groups, and other networks, as well as on the sector's Community of Practice, SettleNet.org.
Privacy and Confidentiality
You will not be asked to share identifying information. Any future publications will include only collective information and all comments will be shared anonymously. Individual quantitative responses will not be shared with anyone outside of the primary research team. The primary research team is made up of members of North York Community House (NYCH) and the Department of Imaginary Affairs. To further protect your information, data stored by NYCH will be password protected and/or encrypted.
If you require any accommodation to fill out the survey or would like more information, please contact: [email protected]