Braille-iant Idea for a More Accessible SAP Vancouver
Subjects Accommodations, Built Environment, Strategy & Policy
BC business of all sizes – small and large – know it’s challenging to find and keep good employees. People with disabilities represent an important employee talent pool that is largely untapped.
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“When I joined ICBC, I felt it was important my new team knew about my invisible disability. I conveyed to my new manager and team, where and when it was appropriate, how autism manifested in my day-to-day life.”Calvin Ng, Claims Support Assistant, ICBC
“I’m an ambassador for CMBC as a disabled person. The company put their trust in a disabled person to do this work, and that says something.”Mike Nancke, Community Shuttle Operator, Coast Mountain Bus Company
“I hope that people with disabilities have the same opportunity as me, and find a job that they are treated equally in.”Mehrnoush Izadi, CI Employment Speaking to her experience of interviews being cut short due to her speech disability.
Welcome, Accessible Employers! We are so glad you are here. Our team has spent many hours creating a new, fully Read More
Presidents Group staff, in partnership with Presidents Group member Small Business BC, are hosting a FREE webinar on September 27, Read More
Across British Columbia, there are 334,000 individuals aged 15-64 that have a disability. These skilled and diverse people represent an Read More