If you are thinking about how you can create a more accessible, inclusive workplace – you have come to the right place. Whether you are an organization of 15 or 1,500 – there are tools and resources on this site to help you get started.
An accessibility charter contains values and guiding principles for organizations wanting to be an accessible, inclusive employer, and is a public declaration of your commitment to accessibility.
A checklist for your organization to understand how to become a more diverse and inclusive employer, specifically for people with disabilities.
A list of preferred words and phrases will help you choose language that is person-first and appropriate.
When approaching Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace, it’s important to understand these frequently used terms.
The Technology@Work Program supports people who have a work related barrier due to a disability or a functional limitation and who require Assistive Technology for employment or volunteer activities in British Columbia.
An $8 million/year fund focused on increasing employment opportunities for unemployed British Columbians, including people with disabilities, through the use of agency and business partnerships, shared information and technology, and innovative processes and practices.
A financial assistance program designed to assist persons with a disability obtain employment.
The training tax credit provides refundable income tax credits for employers who employ apprentices enrolled in apprenticeship programs administered through the Industry Training Authority.
A report from the Panel on Labour Market Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities.
GO Group is a multi-venture social enterprise strategy which seeks to address the gap in employment equity services, with a focus on providing relevant vocational skills building and tangible work experience customizable to individual interests and needs.