SARC works with a number of inclusive employers whose commitment to diversity and inclusion within their workplace creates employment opportunities for people of all abilities.
Farm Credit Canada (FCC)
Farm Credit Canada knows the value of creating a diverse workforce. Since 2017, SARC and FCC have partnered to promote inclusive employment and what it means to be a Champion Employer in Saskatchewan.
SaskTel understands the economic benefit of hiring people experiencing disability and creating a corporate culture that supports people of all abilities to thrive at work.
Juliana Pizza in Regina have seen many benefits of creating an inclusive culture and utilizing the many strengths of their staff.
Join a growing list of inclusive employers
EmployLink connects business owners with employment professionals who already work with a number of job seekers, right in your community. Employment professionals work for service providers and help connect business owners from any sector to an untapped pool of skilled workers.
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The Canadian Association for Supported Employment (CASE) Resource Hub is an excellent place to go to for a range of information on supported employment from organizations across Canada.
Hiring Intentions and Best Practices
Hire for Talent has created a toolkit for employers to access as a way to help navigate the best practices behind hiring people experiencing disability.
Working with people experiencing disability starts with a great interview. By understanding how to make your interviewee feel at ease, what to ask, and when to follow up, gives you, the employer, the tools you need for a successful hiring process.
Employers are realizing the benefits of creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, which begins with the interview process.