The Pacific Autism Family Network is a centre of excellence and network of supports for individuals with ASD and their families across BC.
Beyond the Conversation is a non-profit movement to alleviate social isolation and loneliness by strengthening community and friendship.
Jobs West is a free service that assists employers to find, hire, train, and retain qualified entry level staff.
We are a holistic business coaching service, that specializes in working with entrepreneurs with diversity. Blending the person and the business world together.
Hi Q Training works on compatibility among people, difficult conversations, teamwork, one-on-one relationships, and group decision making.
Fraser Works Co-op is a partnership of 4 agencies, that have come together to provide employment services in the region.
We provide all training and ongoing supports to both autistic employees and the teams who employ them.
As an organization that assists others in ensuring accessibility, equity, and diversity, we practice what we teach.
Marco Pasqua Enterprises offers a suite of accessibility and universal design consultation services to businesses.
TAP Network provides resources and programs to increase the attraction, retention and advancement of all under-represented groups in skilled occupations in B.C’s technology sector.
Through a strong employment equity policy, WWi aims to advance workplace diversity and proactive employment opportunities for people with visible and invisible disabilities.
As an autism service organization, we see employment as the next stage in life where we can support autistic individuals as they transition into adulthood.
We make it easy to be inclusive by recruiting on behalf of our employer partners, through a vast network of service organizations across the lower mainland.
Our goal is to inspire and empower the business community to take advantage of the untapped talent pool and create accessible and inclusive workplaces and communities.
Open Door Group operates on the fundamental belief that all individuals have the ability to succeed.
We serve people with disabilities and their future employers, filling gaps in services and expertise until government and industry can directly pursue the benefits of a diverse society and workforce.
As a resource for small businesses, SBBC strives to create an open, accessible, inclusive, and equitable environment in which every individual has the opportunity to flourish.
We are committed to championing diversity and ensuring inclusion in all that we do to better represent the Greater Vancouver business community.