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Connecting Employers to Talent

BC Partners in Workforce Innovation (BC WiN) is an innovative recruitment approach helping BC employers meet workforce needs and connecting people with disabilities/people with diverse abilities to careers with respectful, inclusive employers.  

"BC WiN is the only one that has done a close follow-up after my hiring and being there to support me. I trust their support and would recommend!" 

Javier H., North Vancouver

"Working with BC WiN has been the greatest experience for me! Continuous support and encouragement is there even after you're settled in your job." 

Jessie G. Vancouver

BC WiN Services

We recruit for employers who are intentional about their inclusive hiring commitments.  Starting with career openings, our Inclusive Workforce Consultants reach out to a network of supportive employment service agencies to source and interview candidates on behalf of employers.  All services are free thanks to funding through the Government of Canada's Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities.

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Recruitment & Retention Services

Inclusive Workforce Consultants are experienced HR professionals, with years of hiring and retention experience.  We focus on abilities in relation to the job and connect people with diverse abilities to well-paying, long-term careers, PT, FT, hybrid and remote working opportunities.

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Building DEI Capacity Within Organizations

We help organizations develop effective inclusive hiring and retention strategies and action plans. We do this individually, via e-learning, virtual and in-person training to build capacity within organizations, benefiting HR teams, Hiring or Operations Managers.

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Inclusive Employment Best Practices

We research, identify and share inclusive employment best practices.  Lessons learned since 2015 are helping to inform national standards that support the new Accessible Canada Act, promoting the Four Pillars of Accessibility: Commitment. Readiness. Recruitment. Retention.

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