The Peel-Halton Local Employment Planning Council (LEPC) has created and released its first survey to gather data about the local supply chain management (SCM) sector and its workforce needs.
Prior research has shown that the supply chain field is a vital part of the provincial economy, and the survey represents an effort to update what is known about the field at the local level, says LEPC. A current and reliable picture of the local supply chain field is not possible without carrier participation, so trucking industry respondents are invited to complete the LEPC’s first supply chain management survey.
The purpose of the supply chain management (SCM) survey is to collect useful data about the factors that influence hiring, retention, and skill requirements in the Peel-Halton supply chain field.
There are two versions of the supply chain survey:
- A version intended for supply chain employers & professionals who are involved in
2. A version intended for supply chain employees who are not involved in hiring
Respondents are asked to complete the version of the survey that applies to their role.
The results of the survey will be made available to all interested stakeholders in Peel and Halton. Additionally, the results will enable planning to enhance the local supply chain sector and strengthen the labour market.
The survey needs to be completed by September 7th. It takes about 12-15 minutes and surveys both employers as well as employees.
Please click here to open the survey: