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Opportunity to Participate in a Research Project for Government of Canada Labour Program

The Labour Program has hired Jumping Elephants – a research firm – to lead a project that is designed to better understand client needs as they relate to labour laws in general, the Canada Labour Code and the Labour Program at Employment and Social Development Canada.
We are looking for people who:
1. Have been directly involved in various situations that fall within the Canada Labour Code (i.e. Work-related injury, Refusal to work, Disagreement regarding schedule).

Interested persons are asked to contact Alasdair at Jumping Elephants by email at alasdair@jumpingelephants.ca

Jumping Elephants is looking for participants who would be available in the next 3 weeks. Each session will be held by phone, one-on-one with a facilitator, and will take about 30-45 minutes. During the session, participants will be asked a series of questions about their experience and what opportunities exist to make the experience better. Sessions will be recorded (conversation held during the session) with permission.

Finally, once the session is complete, we will be sending each participants a $50 Amazon gift certificate or $50 etransfer as a thank you.

If you have any questions about the research activity, you can contact me or Alasdair Stuart-Bell (at Jumping Elephants) at alasdair@jumpingelephants.ca.