Category: Equitable Employment

Jazz found a job he loves at Krackers Katering, a social enterprise that employs people with disabilities and mental health challenges, empowering them to overcome barriers and achieve their goals.
If you couldn't make it to Mix & Mingle: Building Connections, or you forgot to grab a Networking Tips Handout on your way out, we've got you covered.
Kelly McGahey, Director for the Employment Accessibility Resource Network (EARN), unpacks research we completed to better understand employment barriers for people with disabilities. Learn more about the key findings and how they can be used toward an equitable economic recovery.
United Way and our social enterprise partners are empowering youth experiencing homelessness on their path to financial independence.
Young people need improved social, educational and financial supports, and easier access to them, in order to curb East Ontario’s rising unemployment rate for residents aged 15 to 24.
Cultivating culture isn’t just about ping pong tables and employee lunches. Learn how you can cultivate your organization's culture and make it the drumbeat that keeps everything in sync.
Workplace accessibility and inclusion begins before the very first interview and follows every step after and in between. Find out how your organization can support an inclusive workplace culture in our recent chat with three inclusion experts and advocates.
United Way partner, Hot Shoe Productions, offers youth the opportunity to produce videos and stories, empowering them with valuable work experience they otherwise wouldn’t have access to.
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