It’s been a busy start to 2018 for SenseAbility, and that should bode well for disability inclusion in workplaces across Canada.
In February, we were thrilled to mentor and participate in the Accessibility, Inclusion & Universal Design Conference hosted by Access to Success at the Rotman School of Management. To read more about this ground-breaking event and case competition, visit the website Access to Success.
From there we partnered again with the Discover Ability Network, a comprehensive and free new tool co-developed by Canadian Business SenseAbility and funded by the Ontario Government within the scope of their Access Talent: Ontario’s Employment Strategy for People with Disabilities initiative. We demonstrated the value of inclusive hiring across Ontario with presentations in Chatham, Sarnia, and Whitby (at the inspiring Abilities Centre).
Keys Job Centre in Brockville invited us to deliver a learning session on disclosure at their Inclusion Makes Cent$ Symposium at the end of March.
If you’d like to book one of these presentations, see our page on the website Discover Ability Network.
Capping off March, SenseAbility partnered with the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce on a series of webcasts that were delivered to 298 Human Resource Professionals across Ontario.
All told, over 700 participants across the province attended these events and learned some key lessons to help them gain a competitive advantage.
We also took our message globally, discussing our recent #ProfitFromInclusion campaign with the online inclusion community AXSChat.
SenseAbility’s CEO, Florence Chapman, was interviewed and we participated in an invigorating session of #AXSChat.
If you don’t understand the business opportunity of inclusive hiring, you should. See our web page Quick facts.
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