The Lead Culture Change course will teach you how to analyze your office space, leadership, and messages to see if you are accessible to people with disabilities.
The Create an Accessible Workplace learning course is a great resource for organizations just starting to think about accessibility and what that would mean to staff, clients, and customers. It’s also a relevant tool for inclusive organizations who want to continue improving their work culture, policies, and procedures.
An exploration of the employment journeys of Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour who experience disability.
Four free online courses are available now for employers in British Columbia. These courses focus on developing an accessible and inclusive workplace. For each course, learners will receive a certificate of completion.
This Canadian-based guide from DSRF provides updated recommendations on language to use and to avoid when speaking.
This Guidebook shares recommendations to improve the accessibility and usability of online job application platforms, as well as practical steps and good practices to follow when recruiting persons with disabilities.
For an organization-wide accessibility plan to be impactful, staff at every level must understand and embrace an approach that supports all employees, including those with disabilities.
This checklist will help your Marketing team to keep accessibility in mind throughout your organization’s digital campaigns, adapted from a resource by texthelp.
This Guide will help staff who have been assigned the task of coordinating or acting as project manager to prepare an organization’s first accessibility plan.
A beginner’s guide to test your website for accessibility and some best practices for content creation.
This toolkit was created by British Columbia’s Office of the Human Right’s Commissioner to support employers wanting to learn how to improve employment equity within their businesses.
Small Business BC now hosts a directory of small businesses owned by entrepreneurs with disabilities on the BC Marketplace!
This guide is designed to support leaders and business professionals who are curious about neurodiversity in the workplace.
Articulating the difference between accessibility and inclusion can be tricky. It’s important to understand when creating a workplace culture that engages with and values disabled people.
Prioritize these top practices to make your recruitment and hiring practices more disability inclusive.
Tips for employers on how to balance employee privacy while encouraging the disclosure of information that supports employees to be successful.
Understanding any unintended barriers in the recruitment process can help ensure a more diverse talent pool of candidates for job postings.
When your content isn’t accessible, it can’t reach people with disabilities and they are excluded. Prioritizing digital accessibility is a best practice for all inclusive businesses.
Naming disability alongside other priority areas in your diversity and inclusion efforts is a key practice at leading inclusive organizations.
When you ask hiring managers to pay attention to diversity in the hiring process, it’s important to give them the tools to follow through.