Canadian Association for Supported Employment

Inclusive Recruitment

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Inclusive Recruitment

The world of work is changing. Research shows that to remain competitive and navigate worker shortages, businesses need to focus on inclusive hiring and retention. Workplace inclusion helps build employee morale and increase productivity. It also invites better customer response which leads to greater business impact. 

This course is designed to help employers advance workplace inclusion to find the right employees to meet their needs while improving business operations and outcomes. It offers: 

  • An exploration of the benefits of workforce diversity.
  • An enhanced understanding of unconscious bias and ableism within hiring.
  • Facts to dispel common misconceptions in hiring job seekers experiencing disability.
  • Strategies to offer accessible job postings and application processes.
  • Strategies to facilitate inclusive interviews. 

Course Delivery

This course is delivered online and can be completed at your convenience in about 2 hours. It offers information, strategies, and downloadable resources. Successful participants receive micro-credentials which can be posted on social media channels like LinkedIn or websites to demonstrate your organization’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.  

You can self-register for the course and begin learning at any time on the CASE learning portal. For any further assistance, contact: [email protected].

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