Biz Hub is a fresh approach to support the employment services sector in making continuous improvements to processes and services.
Free Webinar: Occupational Pathways in the Applied Science and Technology Sector for People with DisabilitiesDecember 23rd, 2016
Date/Time: Tuesday, January 17, 2017, 12:00pm – 1:00pm PST Presenters: Jacqueline de Raadt and John Coward, Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of BC (ASTTBC)
Free Webinar: The Baristas Training Program – The Perfect Blend of Classroom Learning and On-the-job Training at StarbucksSeptember 29th, 2016
Date/Time: Thursday, October 13, 2016, 12:00pm – 1:00pm PST Hosted by: BC Centre for Employment Excellence
Vancouver, BC – The Centre and its partners hosted an event today at the Century Plaza Hotel to celebrate BC employers who have demonstrated their commitment to inclusive employment by recruiting people with diverse abilities through the BC Partners in … Continue reading
By: Karen Lai, Accessibility & Inclusion Consultant and Susanna Gurr, Managing Director BC Centre for Employment Excellence
In an effort to enhance sector capacity to provide employment services to individuals with complex, multiple disabilities, the Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation (MSDSI), in collaboration with Community Living BC (CLBC), is pleased to present three stories that … Continue reading
Date/Time: Wednesday, September 21, 2016, 11:30am – 1:30pm PST Hosted by: BC Centre for Employment Excellence
Date/Time: Tuesday, August 23, 2016, 12pm – 1pm PST Hosted by: BC Centre for Employment Excellence
Leaders are celebrated for being intentional about making positive changes in their communities.
Business leaders share how diverse workforces make for productive workplaces.
Date/Time: Wednesday, December 16, 2015, 12:00pm – 1:00pm PST Presenters: Jacqueline deRaadt and John Coward
The BC Centre for Employment Excellence (the Centre) is pleased to be launching a new initiative, The Disability Confident Companies in Vancouver, which will showcase selected businesses that have implemented inclusive practices for individuals with disabilities.
Vancouver, BC – Leaders from several of BC’s largest employers gathered today at the Century Plaza Hotel to officially mark their partnership in an innovative pilot project that is designed to help businesses recruit and retain diverse talent.
Free Webinar: Mapping Inclusive Employment Practices for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: A Participatory Research Mapping ProjectJune 3rd, 2015
Date/Time: Tuesday, June 23, 12:00pm – 1:00pm PST Presenters: Rachelle Hole, Jon Corbett and Shawn deRaaf
The BC Centre for Employment Excellence (CfEE) and its Employment Action Committee partners are seeking a Recruitment Specialist to support the BC Partners in Workforce Innovation Pilot Project, a three-year collaborative and innovative initiative that will create partnerships with disability … Continue reading
The BC Centre for Employment Excellence (CfEE) and its Employment Action Committee (EAC) partners are pleased to be launching a new pilot project that has the dual objectives of meeting the human resource needs of BC employers and improving employment … Continue reading
The BC Centre for Employment Excellence (the Centre) is pleased to be launching a new pilot project, The Face-to-Face Project: Bringing Youths with Disabilities and Employers Together, which fills the need to find creative solutions that improve labour market integration … Continue reading
Date/Time: Thursday, November 20, 12:00pm – 1:00pm PST Presenter: Denise Lloyd, Engaged HR
Date/Time: Wednesday, October 22, 12:00pm – 1:00pm PST Presenter: David Gyarmati, Social Research and Demonstration Corporation
New CfEE Research Paper: Study of Demand-led Strategies – Engaging Employers to Improve Employment Outcomes for BC YouthSeptember 22nd, 2014
This paper produced by Tom Zizys for the CfEE explores opportunities to develop demand-focused strategies to address youth employment issues in British Columbia.
Now Available: Expression of Interest for the Strengthening Business to Achieve Higher Performance InitiativeSeptember 19th, 2014
The BC Centre for Employment Excellence is now accepting expressions of interest to participate in the new initiative, Strengthening Business to Achieve Higher Performance.
The BC Centre for Employment Excellence is launching an exciting new initiative focused on developing organizational capacity and business process improvements in the non-profit sector.
For close to a decade, Specialisterne has established human resources practices that have successfully supported the engagement of both people with autism and employers in meaningful employment opportunities.
If one thinks of an Employment Services Centre in terms of a business model, then Job Developers can be thought of as the Sales and Marketing Team.
Professional newcomers to Canada face a Catch-22 situation: They can’t get a job in their profession without Canadian experience and they can’t get Canadian experience because they can’t get a job.
“Increasing employment of people with disabilities is a question of leadership and attitude, of focusing on ability rather than disability.” The report Rethinking Disability in the Private Sector released in January 2013 has a clear and concise message—hiring people with … Continue reading
The Government of BC announces an investment of $5.3 million to encourage employers to hire more youth.
Travis, father of two, benefits from WorkAdvance, a program that identifies solid career paths for able-minded job seekers by concentrating on employers’ needs
Open Door Group and BC Employer Diversity Forum hosted the 2nd Annual BC Workplace Inclusion Conference at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Vancouver on September 25th, 2012