The Builders Code Scorecard is designed to help construction employers measure their policies and procedures against recognized best practices. It also measures progress towards the goal of 10% women in BC’s construction workforce over the next 10 years. Participating companies will be able to evaluate their efforts and identify areas for improvement.
What Does the Scorecard Measure?
Adoption of policies and practices that support an “Acceptable Worksite”
The number of tradeswomen hired and employed
The number of women in management/leadership positions
The number of women in training or career advancement programs
Feedback from employees (optional)
Benefits of Participating
Identify areas of strength, and areas for improvement
Evaluate your efforts against other employers (non-attributed comparisons)
Increase retention of skilled tradespeople
Demonstrate your commitment to workforce culture and development
How to Participate
To participate just complete the short survey form below, and provide information about your workforce and HR policies. This should be completed by a member of your management team.
All information collected will be kept confidential by Minerva BC. Your data will be treated as proprietary to your organization and will only be shared in aggregate form so that individual companies are not identifiable. On an annual basis, Minerva will produce a Scorecard report of the aggregate results to highlight progress and support performance improvement in the construction industry. This report will be shared at the Builders Code Awards luncheon in December.
Employer information will be collected until October 31, 2020.
The Builders Code is an initiative of the Construction Workforce Equity Project.
About The Builders Code
The Builders Code is a standard code of conduct for workers on construction sites in BC. It defines an “Acceptable Worksite” as the starting point for reducing risk and ensuring a safe and productive environment for all workers.
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