Good employers recognize that diversity and inclusion is part of their corporate culture, which makes them very successful and ahead of other employers whom fail at this or choose not to understand. We cannot be complacent or we may be left behind in the future.
Accommodation is the right thing to do. A responsive style of management during the accommodations process benefits all employees and helps to create a respectful and productive workforce.
Our business shares in all the benefits of employees that are dedicated, committed employees that have limited absenteeism, training cost and increased productivity with limited turnaround of staff.
Archie Stewart District Operation Manager Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways & Infrastructure Regina District Currently employing 23 people with a known disability
Puneet Rai's life has been turned around since the Richmond Society for Community Living helped her get a job with a bank - Read More......
Fostering diverse workplaces that include employees with disabilities can improve the capacity of B.C. businesses to compete in the global economy and ensure people with disabilities have the opportunity to contribute to the workforce and to the overall economic growth of the province. It also makes good business sense, especially as our demand for talent increases across most industries and occupations in B.C. People with disabilities make up approximately 20 per cent of the population and they represent an important consumer market for B.C. businesses. Read More.......