The perspective and talent people who have a disability bring to the workplace has unexpected and measurable economic benefits.
Federal Minister Kent Hehr says the timeline for the new law has shifted slightly since he took over the portfolio for sport and persons with disabilities in a recent cabinet shuffle.
The most valuable resource in Ontario is its people. The skills and talents of Ontarians are truly the basis of the province’s prosperity.
This October, the Government of Canada joins organizations across the country to celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
Signly displays pre-recorded sign language videos on a user’s cell phone, enabling better access to written content for deaf or hard of hearing sign language users.
Two demographic pressures that impact the country’s labour force: the current aging workforce and the shortage of younger talent available to replace them.
The European Accessibility Act, which includes accessibility requirements for products and services, was voted through the European Parliament yesterday.
Joe Dale, is the Executive Director of the Ontario Disability Employment Network’s Centre for Excellence in Employment Services for People with a Disability.
The Business Abilities (BA) Program provides online Business Development workshops as well as one-on-one personal Business Coaching. All from the comfort of your own home.
Ontario has established Employers’ Partnership Table to advise on innovative ways to connect more people with disabilities to jobs and businesses to talent.