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CONNECTING EMPLOYERS

TO DIVERSE TALENT

CAN WiN helps employers meet workforce needs by connecting job seekers with disabilities - people with diverse talent - to accessible employers across British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario.

Employer Partners

We support employers committed to inclusive hiring practices meet workforce needs by providing recruitment, retention, training and consultation services.

Job Seekers

We connect job seekers to career opportunities with our committed Employer Partners by removing barriers to sustainable employment for job seekers with disabilities - people with diverse talent.

Service Partners

We connect candidates to accessible careers in partnership with employment services providers who support job seekers with disabilities - people with diverse talent.

 

Our Services

Expanding on the BC Partners in Workforce Innovation initiative (BC WiN), CAN WiN offers inclusive recruitment, retention, training and consulting services for employers in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario. 

 

Our services are free thanks to funding through the Government of Canada's Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities, and are available both in-person and virtually, making it easy for anyone to connect, no matter where they are located in Canada.

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Inclusive Recruitment

& Retention Services

Our Inclusive Workforce Specialists focus on abilities in relation to the job and connect people with disabilities to their specific employment goals, including long-term, full-time, part-time, hybrid, and remote work opportunities.

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Building DEI Capacity Within Organizations

We help organizations develop effective, inclusive hiring and retention strategies to build capacity within organizations, benefiting HR teams while also helping to grow an inclusive company culture.

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Inclusive Employment Best Practices

We identify and share inclusive employment best practices and continue to inform national standards by promoting the Four Pillars of Accessibility: Commitment, Readiness, Recruitment, and Retention. 

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