Untapped Talent: B2B Guide to Innovative Hiring and Retention

This ‘Business to Business’ guide offers inclusive workforce best practices distilled from decades of experience and expertise. It is a resource for employers on how to adapt recruitment and retention practices to better engage people with disabilities and others with barriers to employment.

Boosting Disability Confidence: Ewen Stevenson

HSBC CFO Ewen Stevenson shares how he became executive sponsor of the bank’s Global Disability Confidence Project and what businesses can do to be a truly accessible employer.

Maxwell & Megan’s Story: Mentorship Makes a Big Difference

Maxwell and Megan both started at London Drugs in 2017 as Customer Service Associates. Through the support of a colleague who has mentored them, they not only feel accomplished in their roles, but a part of the London Drugs family.

Luke’s Story: Customer Service at London Drugs

Luke works in customer service at London Drugs, helping people find what they’re looking for, and stocking the shelves. Having struggled to obtain employment, he connected with YMCA’s employment supports program, and they connected him to London Drugs.

Tyler Utilizes His Customer Service Skills

Tyler moved to Hope, BC a few years ago and through the support of the Chilliwack Society for Community Living (CSCL), he secured a job at Buy-Low Foods.

Creating a Diversity and Inclusion Team

Diversity has always been part of Pacific Blue Cross’ DNA—they understand that diversity is about the combination of the visible and invisible differences that shape who we are as individuals, and inclusion is getting that mix to work well together.