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Visual Representations of Diversity Data for Aboriginal Employees at Ryerson

"The representation of Aboriginal employees, including staff and full-time faculty, remained unchanged from 2016 to 2018 at one percent. This equity group has the smallest number of employees at the university, so a small increase in representation has very little impact on the representation in large groups such as all employees, all full-time faculty and all staff."

2018 Employee Diversity Self-ID Report

For the purposes of the Employee Diversity Self-ID, Aboriginal Peoples is a term established by the federal government to refer to diverse Indigenous Peoples in Canada. The term includes First Nations, Inuit and M├ętis people who are the original inhabitants of the land now called Canada.

A few key points:

  • Terms used within the Data Visualizations are defined in the glossary provided.
  • Data sheets are available for download and are accessible for those using digital assistive technology.
  • Data Visualizations are best viewed on Desktops.

For those interested or require an alternate format, you can download all the data details for the Representation of Aboriginal Employees at Ryerson., external link, opens in new window