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NSIIP Employer Survey

Are you a North Shore employer looking to engage immigrant talent? We want to hear from you!

We are entering an important period of economic recovery and re-building following the COVID-19 pandemic. However, this period of growth will not benefit all workers equally; research shows that recent immigrants will experience disproportionately larger challenges in seeking labour market re-attachment in the post-COVID-19 economy. At the same time, there are growing opportunities for employers to build meaningful and mutually beneficial connections with skilled immigrants.

We are conducting this survey to:

  • Understand North Shore labour market trends in the COVID-19 economic recovery context and
  • Identify strategies to attract and retain immigrant talent that contributes positively to economic growth


The information collected through this survey will play a vital role in identifying promising practices for integrating recent immigrants into the local labour market, with a particular emphasis on workforce rebuilding in the context of aggressive COVID-19 recovery strategies. Our goal is to improve your ability to successfully hire and retain immigrant talent and contribute to building a more diverse & inclusive North Shore workforce.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey designed by the North Shore Immigrant Inclusion Partnership (NSIIP), a project of Impact North Shore. NSIIP is a coalition of community agencies and institutions focused on improving the settlement outcomes of new immigrants.

This work is supported by NSIIP’s Employment working group, including members from the North Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, Capilano University, the District of West Vancouver, Impact North Shore, Vancity, and YWCA – Work BC. 

The survey is open until November 24, 2021. Please click the button below to begin the survey. 

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