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Disability and Inclusion Training for Small Business Employers

Embracing diversity in the workplace

Course Description

Small businesses that employ diverse talent are thriving in remarkable ways. Will you be one of them?

In this course, you will discover the compelling business case for diverse hiring, such as lower turnover rates, increased creativity, and enhanced business image. You’ll delve into the ethical aspects of human rights in the workplace emphasizing the duty to accommodate. Finally, you’ll gain practical insights into crafting inclusive job ads, adapting interview processes, and leveraging employment service providers for effective job coaching.

Don’t miss this opportunity to transform your workplace culture and drive positive change. Presented by the Inclusive Employers Hiring HUB, you’ll receive access to 70+ HR toolkits, including how to start your own peer mentorship program to support the onboarding process.

What Will I Learn?

  • Explore the business benefits of inclusive hiring

  • Learn about the difference between apparent and non-apparent disabilities

  • Master the use of person-first and identity-first language

  • Craft inclusive job ads to reach more candidates

  • Tips to adapt an interview

  • Understand the fundamentals of human rights in the workplace

Session Date & Time
February 27 at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
  • Length: 1.5 Hours
  • Language: English, ASL Interpretation
  • Subject: Human Resources
  • Price: Free
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