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Vous avez déterminé que l'inclusion d'un engagement en faveur de la diversité est non seulement une chose positive à faire, mais permettra à votre entreprise d'embaucher des employés qualifiés que vous n'aviez pas envisagés auparavant.
Grâce à des entretiens détaillés visant à déterminer vos besoins, à un examen approfondi des capacités technologiques de votre entreprise et à la possibilité d'obtenir une aide financière, notre programme Diversité Technologique En ligne peut vous aider à accéder à une réserve de candidats talentueux pour vous aider à développer votre entreprise.
Veuillez noter que le soutien financier par le biais de notre programme de subventions salariales est soumis à la disponibilité des fonds financiers et aux conditions d'admissibilité. Chaque demande est évaluée au cas par cas et est soumise à une approbation finale.
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NEW! Employer Lunch and Learn: Diversity and Inclusion Awareness
With JA ("Judy") Jonusas, Employment Specialist, and Barbara Kemper, Job Developer
Tuesday, October 19 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific (2:00 p.m. Eastern)
Employers have determined including a commitment to diversity is not only a positive thing to do, but it enables them to tap into a skilled pool of employees they may not have previously considered. Find out how hiring for diversity and inclusion can benefit your business and how Make A Change Canada can help you find qualified, remote candidates who self-identify as living with a disability. If you are an employer intrigued by the idea of giving back and doing more, this lunch and learn is for you. Register for this free session today!
NEW! Employer Lunch and Learn: Debunking the Myths and Celebrating the Benefits of Hiring Persons with Disabilities
With Tara Thom Burnett, Employment Facilitator, and Melissa Hejja, Employment Specialist
Tuesday, October 26 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific (2:00 p.m. Eastern)
In Canada, 3.7 million (or 20% ) of working age adults (25 to 64 years) are reported to have one or more disabilities. Among those aged 25 to 64 years, persons with disabilities were less likely to be employed (59%) than those without disabilities (80%). This remains the case despite numerous positive outcomes and success stories reported by employers across the country. Often, employers are hesitant to hire a person with a disability due to a lack of information. If you are an employer who would like to diversify your staff by tapping into an underrepresented, aspiring, and talented group of individuals, this webinar is for you. Please join us in this informative session where Tara and Melissa will discuss the myths and benefits of hiring a person with a disability, costs of accommodation, return on investment, and much more. Sign up today!
NEW! Employer Lunch and Learn: Getting Your Numbers Right and Ready – Understanding the Cash Flow and Financial Statements
With Anne-Marie Edgar, CEO, and Barbara Kemper, Job Developer
Tuesday, November 2 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific (2:00 p.m. Eastern)
Does the idea of setting up your books and preparing your financial statements leave you in a cold sweat? You are likely lacking information and guidance and feeling unsure just where to begin. Fear is a common reaction for many small businesses, but it will only impede your progress in preparing the very documents every traditional lender needs to see. Join Anne-Marie and Barbara in this session as they highlight the relative simplicity of getting your business’s financial projections set up right from the start. You will see a live demonstration of the cash flow and financials in action. Don’t miss this one!
NEW! Employer Lunch and Learn: Being the Boss – Payroll Considerations and Your Employees
With Anne-Marie Edgar, CEO, and Barbara Kemper, Job Developer
Tuesday, November 9 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific (2:00 p.m. Eastern)
Does the idea of engaging others in growing your business and knowing how to set up to pay them leave you feeling overwhelmed? Are you a new business owner specifically looking for answers when it comes to setting up your financials related to payroll? You may feel apprehensive, but it doesn’t have to be this way. In this session you will learn the pros and cons of hiring employees versus subcontractors. You will also learn the essentials of payroll recordkeeping and the Canada Revenue Agency and Workers’ Compensation remittance requirements. Join Barbara and Anne-Marie in this session as they introduce you to the financial aspects of growing your workforce. There will be lots of time for your questions. Sign up today!
NEW! Employer Lunch and Learn: Best Practices for Managing a Virtual Team
With Mary Alton, Program Manager, Erica Ellenchuk, Education and Training Coordinator, and Rory Case, Online Community and Content Coordinator
Tuesday, November 16 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific (2:00 p.m. Eastern)
These days it seems like everything is going online. Whether you are getting your first taste managing a virtual work team or are already a pro, you still need to be aware of current best practices. In this lunch and learn event Make A Change Canada’s management team will discuss the essential tools and information needed to support and engage a virtual work team. Topics include fostering workplace engagement, keeping the lines of communication open, and how to minimize mental drains during online meetings. This interactive session will allow you to share your experience and draw on our over 15 years of expertise as a virtual organization. Don’t miss this one!
SPECIAL EVENT! How a Remote Future can Unlock the Potential of People with Disabilities
With Marco Pasqua, Inspirational Speaker and Accessibility Consultant, and Doug Tardif, Managing Director at Eclectic Diversions
Friday, December 3 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific (2:00 p.m. Eastern)
In this special presentation Marco Pasqua will be joined by Doug Tardif in a "fireside chat" to explore the topic of remote work and people with disabilities. Marco and Doug will discuss the rapid shift to online work we have witnessed over the past two years, and what this means for people with disabilities in particular. They will explore the pros and cons of remote work for people with disabilities, the changing landscape of our workforce, and what the term of “adapt and pivot” means in the careers or businesses of people with disabilities. This interactive discussion will give you the opportunity to hear Marco's take on, and experience in, working remotely as a person with a disability and accessibility consultant. You will also have the chance to contribute to the discussion and consider how a remote future may impact you. Join us for this special event to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.