13. The Chief of the Defence Staff shall keep the workforce survey results up to date
(a) by providing a workforce survey questionnaire
(i) to all new Canadian Forces members on their enrolment,
(ii) to any Canadian Forces member who wishes to change any information that they previously submitted on a questionnaire, or
(iii) to any Canadian Forces member who requests one;
(b) by making the necessary adjustments to the survey results to take into account the responses to a questionnaire referred to in paragraph (a); and
(c) by making the necessary adjustments to the survey results to take into account members of designated groups who have been released from the Canadian Forces.
Marginal note:Personal information
15. (1) Based on the information collected under sections 10 and 13 and on relevant information contained in any other employment records of the Canadian Forces, the Chief of the Defence Staff shall conduct an analysis of the Canadian Forces workforce to determine
(a) for each military occupational group, the number of positions held by
(ii) aboriginal persons,
(iii) persons who are members of visible minorities, and
(iv) persons with disabilities; and
(b) the degree of underrepresentation of the persons referred to in paragraph (a) by comparing the representation of each designated group in each military occupational group to its representation within whichever of the following groups is the most appropriate as a basis of comparison, namely,
(i) the Canadian workforce, or
(ii) those segments of the Canadian workforce that are identifiable on the basis of qualification or eligibility criteria, including the requirements specified in section 7, and from which the Chief of the Defence Staff may reasonably be expected to draw Canadian Forces members.
(2) In making a determination under paragraph (1)(b), the Chief of the Defence Staff shall use
(a) the labour market information made available by the Minister of Labour under subsection 42(3) of the Act; and
(b) any other statistically-reliable information that is available to the public and that the Minister of Labour determines relevant.
Marginal note:Equity plan
(3) When the Chief of the Defence Staff reviews the employment equity plan, the Chief of the Defence Staff is not required to conduct a new workforce analysis if the results of the previous analysis are up to date as a result of periodic revisions that take into account the updating of the workforce survey results in accordance with section 13.
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