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Deadline extended for Precarious Work survey

Deadline extended for Precarious Work survey

BURNABY—Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to complete the Community Social Services Precarious Work Survey.

For those who have not yet had the opportunity to complete the survey, this is a notice that the deadline has been extended to Tuesday, December 5, 2017. The CSSBA hopes this extension will allow members to participate as fully as possible. Your responses are essential to better understanding the issues Community Social Services workers face as a result of precarious work, and how work-life balance is affected.

Click here to take the survey.

It takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. Individual responses will not be identifiable, and will be kept confidential.

Thanks again—the CSSBA truly appreciates your assistance.

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