Next Generation Cotton Industry Worker
Participant
Registration


This project is funded by the CRDC and is part of ongoing research into the future skills requirements of the Australian cotton industry. The purpose of this project is to understand the career motivations and skills requirements of the next generation of workers. We are seeking to interview and survey (a) workers who have been employed for 5 years or less in the cotton industry and (b) their direct supervisor/farm manager/grower. Participants will be required for a phone interview, the duration of which is expected to be less than one hour. 

If you have been involved in hiring and developing workers that are new to the cotton industry, we need to hear from you!

If some of the questions below make you unsure whether you are suitable, please provide your contact details and we will call you to discuss, because if you have something you want to contribute to the research, we want to hear from you. Registration and participation is entirely voluntary, and you are able to withdraw at any stage.

Please complete the registration form below, and if you have any questions, please contact Nicole McDonald on 0403 204 199 or nicole.mcdonald@usq.edu.au.

There are 10 questions in this survey.

Contact Details

Name:
Position (e.g. grower, agronomist, consultant, farm manager, supervisor, research scientist etc.):
Phone number:
Email address:
Are you the employer/supervisor or the early career employee?
I'm the employer/supervisor
I'm the employee/next generation worker
No answer
If you are the employer/supervisor, can you please disclose what job position the next generation worker holds?
How long have they been employed for?
Less than 1 year
1 years
2 years
3 years
4 years
5 years
No answer
If you are the employee, will your employer/supervisor be willing to participate in the research?
Yes
No
Unsure
No answer
If you are the employee, how long have you worked in the cotton industry?
Less than 1 year
1 year
2 years
3 years
4 years
5 years
No answer
Do you have any initial comments or feedback for the researchers?