SRDC conducts research, evaluation programs and services, and designs skills frameworks and initiatives that help Canadian workers and employers in a wide range of sectors. Government and business leaders rely on SRDC’s expertise to draw on diverse talent from across Canada – particularly from newcomers, 2SLGBTQ+ people, Indigenous communities and other adults facing barriers to employment. We invite you to explore how we generate evidence to support Canadian jobs.
SRDC researches and rigorously tests new and existing programs that help immigrants and marginalized job seekers to enter or re-enter the Canadian labour market
SRDC's research and program evaluations help policymakers and organizations to develop the tools and models required to support and assist individuals in obtaining meaningful and fairly compensated work.
People with disabilities face diverse barriers to integration into the labour market. SRDC research and program evaluations enable employers and decision-makers to allow integration with innovative supports.
A diverse and inclusive workplace comprised of talent from many different backgrounds boosts morale, draws from a wider variety of perspectives and ideas and attracts top talent.