It’s time for a culture shift where disability inclusion is concerned

As the pandemic lingers, Canadian employers are experiencing a human-resources crunch, now commonly referred to as “The Great Resignation.” But this challenge also comes with an opportunity, writes the Honourable Yazmine Laroche, Canada’s first deputy minister of public service accessibility and the deputy minister champion for federal employees with disabilities. She mentions a new IWH-co-led study, Inclusive Design for Employment Access, as an example of of how the labour market can embrace equity, diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
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The Globe and Mail
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