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APLA-LIST April 2010

Subject:

Culture Sector Survey 2010 / Sondage sur le secteur culturel (2010)

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Donald Moses <[log in to unmask]>

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Sat, 3 Apr 2010 21:28:30 -0300

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Posted on behalf of Kathleen De Long, CHRC Board Member and CLA member
University of Alberta Libraries

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Hello library colleagues, I encourage you to fill out the following survey for cultural workers; it will be open till the end of April.  We fall into the Heritage (Libraries, Archives, Museums) piece of the cultural sector.  You can fill out the survey as an individual worker and I encourage library organizations to submit on behalf of their organization as well (employers in the cultural sector). In some part, this survey updates the basic data that was collected in the 8Rs study The Future of Human Resources in Canadian Libraries (http://www.ls.ualberta.ca/8rs/reports.html <https://webmail.library.ualberta.ca/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=https://webmail.library.ualberta.ca/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.ls.ualberta.ca/8rs/reports.html> ).  It is not as granular as the 8Rs survey but will provide us with some understanding of trends and issues.  I will report back on findings when the data is available.

Thanks in advance for your support,

Kathleen De Long, CHRC Board Member and CLA member

University of Alberta Libraries


	 	

 

2010 Cultural Sector HR Study
Questionnaires for Cultural Sector Survey

The Cultural Human Resources Council works for and with all the cultural industries and arts disciplines in the cultural sector including: Live Performing Arts; Writing and Publishing; Visual Arts and Crafts; Film and Television Production; Broadcasting; Digital Media; Music and Sound Recording; and Heritage. 

The Cultural Human Resources Council has asked The Conference Board of Canada to examine the cultural sector workforce in Canada. We want to learn about your opinions on the opportunities, challenges, trends and issues that you face; as well as your suggestions for enhancing the quality and sustainability of Canada's cultural sector. 

To help us, please answer the following questions. This questionnaire will take you about 25 minutes to complete. Please note that if you leave the questionnaire, you will not be able to return and resume where you left off, though your partially completed questionnaire will be captured. You are more than welcome to return to start a new questionnaire.

All responses are important and greatly appreciated. The Cultural Human Resources Council and The Conference Board of Canada encourage you to forward this message to individuals and organizations involved in the cultural sector in Canada (e.g., employers, the self-employed, employees, the unemployed, volunteers or students).

Please Note:

Your answers will be treated confidentially.
Individual data and comments will not be shared with any other individual or organization and will not be released publicly. 
Answers will be reported in aggregate form only.

Your participation in this is voluntary and your responses will remain anonymous.

The results will be used to help improve opportunities for Canadians in the cultural sector. A report on the findings from this cross-Canada survey will be released in the summer of 2010 and will be made available free of charge. Survey respondents will have the option of being notified when the report is available for download from the Cultural Human Resources Council's website. 


This survey is about the cultural sector in Canada and the people within it. Please answer the following questions as best you can, thinking about your work in the cultural sector. 

Thinking about your work in the cultural sector, would you consider yourself to be primarily a (an) (please click the appropriate questionnaire below):

*	Employer or HR manager in the cultural sector <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MDg/index.html> (e.g., owner, CEO, executive director, member of a board of directors of a not-for-profit cultural organization; responsible for running a company, association, academic institution, government department or agency, or other form of organization or the HR manager of such an organization/business)
	
*	Self-employed cultural sector worker <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MDk/index.html> (e.g., an entrepreneur, contract worker, artist or freelancer, whether or not you are currently working)
	
*	Employed cultural sector worker <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MTA/index.html> (e.g., employee or intern working in a company, association, academic institution, government department or agency, or other form of organization)
	
*	Unemployed cultural sector worker <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MTE/index.html> (e.g., currently unemployed but looking for work in the cultural sector - though you might have employment outside the cultural sector)
	
*	Volunteer <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MTI/index.html> (who does not serve on the board of a not-for-profit cultural organization. If you do serve on a board, please select the employer questionnaire above)
	
*	Student <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MTM/index.html>  (studying the cultural sector)

Contact: 
This survey can also be accessed at:
http://www.conferenceboard.ca/culturesurvey.aspx <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MTQ/index.html> 

or contact Alison Campbell at The Conference Board of Canada.
E-mail: [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> 
Tel: (613) 526-3280 ext. 361 Fax : (613) 526-4857


For more information on The Conference Board of Canada, visit: www.conferenceboard.ca <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MTU/index.html> 
For more information on the Cultural Human Resources Council, visit: www.culturalhrc.ca <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MTY/index.html> 

________________________________


Étude sur les RH du secteur culturel (2010)
Questionnaires pour le sondage du secteur culturel

Le Conseil des ressources humaines du secteur culturel travaille de concert avec toutes les industries culturelles et les disciplines artistiques du secteur culturel, y compris : les arts de la scène, la création littéraire et l'édition, les arts visuels et les métiers d'art, le cinéma et la télévision, la radiotélédiffusion, les médias numériques, la musique et l'enregistrement sonore, et le patrimoine. 

Le Conseil des ressources humaines du secteur culturel a demandé au Conference Board du Canada d'examiner la main-d'oeuvre du secteur culturel au Canada. Nous voulons savoir ce que vous pensez des débouchés, des défis, des tendances et des problèmes auxquels vous êtes exposés, et nous vous invitons à formuler des suggestions pour améliorer la qualité et la viabilité du secteur culturel canadien. 

Pour nous aider, veuillez répondre aux questions suivantes. Ce travail n'exigera qu'environ 25 minutes de votre temps. Sachez que si vous quittez le questionnaire, vous ne pourrez y retourner pour reprendre là où vous aurez abandonné, quoique vos réponses jusqu'à ce point auront été saisies. Par contre, ne vous gênez pas si vous avez envie d'y retourner pour amorcer un nouveau questionnaire.

Toutes les réponses sont importantes et vivement appréciées. Le Conseil des ressources humaines du secteur culturel et le Conference Board du Canada vous encouragent àtransmettre ce message aux personnes et aux organisations oeuvrant dans le secteur culturel canadien (p. ex. les employeurs, les travailleurs/travailleuses autonomes, les employé(e)s, les sans-emploi, les bénévoles ou les étudiant(e)s).

À noter :

Vos réponses seront conservées sous le sceau de la confidentialité.
Les renseignements et les commentaires personnels ne seront partagés avec aucune autre personne ou organisation, et ne seront pas diffusés publiquement. Les réponses feront l'objet d'un rapport sous forme globale.

Votre participation à ce sondage est volontaire, et vos réponses demeureront anonymes.

Les résultats serviront à améliorer les débouchés de carrière au profit des Canadiennes et des Canadiens dans le secteur culturel. Un rapport présentant les résultats de ce sondage pancanadien sera publié au cours de l'été 2010 et offert gratuitement. Les répondants ayant contribué au sondage auront le choix d'être avisés dès que le rapport sera disponible, pour le télécharger depuis le site Web du 
Conseil des ressources humaines du secteur culturel. 


Ce sondage porte sur le secteur culturel canadien et sur les gens qui y oeuvrent. Veuillez répondre de votre mieux aux questions suivantes, en songeant à votre travail au sein du secteur culturel. 

En songeant à votre travail dans le secteur culturel, diriez-vous que vous êtes surtout ... (veuillez cliquer sur le questionnaire qui convient ci-dessous) :

*	...un employeur ou un(e) directeur (directrice) des RH dans le secteur culturel <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MTc/index.html>  (p. ex. propriétaire, PDG, directeur exécutif (directrice exécutive), membre du conseil d'administration d'un organisme culturel à but non lucratif, responsable de la gestion d'une entreprise, d'une association, d'une institution d'enseignement, d'un ministère ou d'une agence gouvernementale, ou d'une autre forme d'organisation ou le (la) directeur (directrice) des RH d'une telle organisation/entreprise)
	
*	... un(e) travailleur (travailleuse) autonome du secteur culturel <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MTg/index.html>  (p. ex. entrepreneur(e), travailleur (travailleuse) à forfait, artiste ou pigiste, que vous travailliez ou non actuellement)
	
*	... un(e) travailleur (travailleuse) du secteur culturel <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MTk/index.html> (p. ex. Un(e) employé(e) ou un(e) stagiaire travaillant dans une entreprise, une association, une institution d'enseignement, un ministère ou une agence gouvernementale, ou une autre forme d'organisation)
	
*	... un(e) travailleur (travailleuse) sans emploi du secteur culturel <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MjA/index.html> (p. ex. actuellement sans emploi, mais à la recherche d'un travail dans le secteur culturel - quoique vous puissiez occuper un emploi à l'extérieur du secteur culturel)
	
*	un(e) bénévole <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MjE/index.html>  (ne siégeant pas sur le conseil d'un organisme culturel sans but lucratif. Si vous siégez sur un conseil, choisissez le questionnaire de l'employeur ci-dessus)
	
*	un(e) étudiant(e) <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MjI/index.html> (qui étudie le secteur culturel)


Personne-ressource : 
Ce sondage peut être aussi consulté à:
http://www.conferenceboard.ca/culturesurvey.aspx <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MTQ/index.html> 

ou communiquez avec Laura Thomson au Conference Board du Canada.
Courriel : [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> 
Tél. : (613) 526-3280 poste 385 Fax : (613) 526-4857


Pour de plus amples renseignements au sujet du Conference Board du Canada, visitez : www.conferenceboard.ca <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MTU/index.html> 
Pour de plus amples renseignements au sujet du Conseil des ressources humaines du secteur culturel, visitez : www.crhsculturel.ca <http://www.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT05NTk1NTYmcD0xJnU9MzEwMTQ5MzE2JmxpPTM5MjY0MjM/index.html> 

________________________________



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