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Building Neuroinclusive Workplaces
March 28, 2023
There are many benefits to creating a neuroinclusive workspace. Yet neurodivergent Canadians continue to face barriers to employment and career progression. With many Canadian companies experiencing significant labour shortages, employers can benefit from recruiting and supporting talent from underrepresented groups, including neurodivergent workers.
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This impact paper explores best practices for building and supporting a neurodiverse workforce and allows…
This issue briefing explores strategies that employers can use to improve the workplace experience for…
This impact paper examines the question: Have “comply or explain” disclosure requirements accelerated the level…
This report examines the current state of women’s representation on boards of public companies and…
Most publicly traded companies in Canada have to disclose what they’re doing—or not doing—to increase…
On December 4, 2019, dedicated advocates for workplace Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) gathered in Toronto…
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Council on Inclusive Work Environments
Fostering an inclusive workplace culture that embraces diverse, dynamic talent is critical to business success. The Council on Inclusive Work Environments provides a forum for diversity and inclusion leaders to hear from key thought leaders in Canada while sharing challenges, opportunities, and lessons learned within a vibrant community of practice.