- Attracting women to the trades and retaining them in the industry
- Overcoming stereotypes and prejudice about the suitability of women for tradeswork
- Ensuring that stereotypes about women in tradeswork do not prevent the recruitment and retention of well-qualified tradeswomen
- Creating awareness that women have always worked in the trades
- Creating a workplace culture that respects all workers as individuals, including tradeswomen
OUR NEXT INSTALLMENT: How bias can influence personal and business decisions.
- Annie McEvoy, "The History of Women in Construction, and How Far They Have Come," New England Real Estate Journal, February 17, 2017. Retrieved from http://nerej.com/the-history-of-women-in-the-construction-industry-and-how-far-they-have-come-by-annie-mcevoy.
- Lost Art Press (2016). "Women in the Workshop." Retrieved from http://blog.lostartpress.com/2016/04/14/women-in-the-workshop.
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This project has been funded by Status of Women Canada.