DCU Research Commences to examine Diversity and Inclusion in the Aviation Sector in Ireland
Led by DCU Centre of Excellence for Diversity and Inclusion and DCU MSc Management (Aviation Leadership) for the Aviation Industry year of Inclusion
What’s it about?
Research examining the culture of inclusion and diversity within aviation in Ireland. The research will also examine expectations around the future of work both from an individual and organisational perspective.
Who is it for?
We have two surveys aimed at:
- Individuals currently working, or who have previously worked in any part of the aviation industry.
- Organisations, specifically a single point of contact within the HR department across all parts of the aviation sector.
Take the survey!
Participation is entirely anonymous. Click through the relevant link to get involved. Feel free to share this within your own organisations and across your networks.
This survey is for any individual currently working, or who has previously worked in any part of the aviation industry and is open to those based in Ireland, and internationally. It takes circa 10 minutes to complete. Click here to participate.
This survey seeks to collect information at an organisational level across the aviation industry in Ireland. If your organisation is interested in participating, we are seeking a single point of contact within HR or another relevant contact within the organisation. It takes circa 10-15 minutes. To avoid duplication within organisations, please email email@example.com for a link.
The insights gathered through this research will help to guide and inform the development of an action plan to enhance knowledge and capacity within aviation to foster inclusive working environments that are future ready.
The DCU and Aviation Industry Year of Inclusion is an initiative from members of the Aviation industry, supported by Government and in partnership with the DCU Centre of Excellence for Diversity and Inclusion. It encompasses a range of activities aimed at growing knowledge around building a more inclusive, diverse workforce. This research is supported by the DCU MSc Management (Aviation Leadership).
More information here.