Hiring people who have a disability is smart business.  Many employers have reaped the benefits of tapping into this labour pool.  There are people and resources available to support employers to successfully hire people who have a disability.

Employment Agencies in Your Community

There is lots of help for employers who would like to consider hiring people who have a disability; often at no cost. There are employment service agencies that offer supported employment programs. These services specialize in matching candidates who have a disability to the available job opportunity and in providing training and follow up supports to both the new employee and the employer.

To reach out to a local  Community Employment Agency near you, visit

Disability Consulting

Rotary at Work BC can provide workforce solutions and resources that will help you meet your workplace diversity needs. Whether you need help developing an on-boarding strategy, accessing extra on-the-job supports (job coaching), educating your management team or sourcing candidates, we can help.

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Other Resources

Inclusive Hiring and the Pandemic

The Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion

Top Ten Ways to Access the Disability Advantage

The Economics of Disability

I’m in to Hire

Employment for All

Rotary District 5050

Rotary at Work – Ontario

Community Living BC

Inclusion BC

Vancouver Foundation