Creating an Inclusive Workplace Together
October 6, 2022, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Celebrate Disability Employment Awareness (and Action!) Month with us in October!
Establishing a successful inclusive workplace should not be one sided and doesn’t just take the efforts of one person or team. In this webinar, The Sinneave Family Foundation will share a unified approach to creating inclusive workplaces that looks at actions and responsibilities of both the employee and employer. Attendees can expect to walk away with tangible tips and strategies they can action in real time. This framework for collaboration will enhance inclusive employment experiences by highlighting the considerations and needs of a neurodiverse workforce and inclusive employers.
About the Presenter:
Ian Humphreys is the Employment Coordinator at The Sinneave Family Foundation. As part of his role, he coordinates EmploymentWorks, a program designed to increase employment preparedness through classroom skills training combined with job sampling and hands-on experience. Prior to joining Sinneave, Ian gained experience in employer engagement and collaboration through his work as an Employment Placement Specialist and during his time as a
member of the Calgary Employment First Network. Through his current and previous work, Ian has supported job seekers in finding meaningful employment while also advocating for employers to embrace the benefits of providing an inclusive and supportive workplace. Join Ian Humphreys and an inclusive panel of guest speakers to discuss collaboration in the workplace.
This presentation is offered in partnership with Aide Canada and hosted on their platform.
When you click the Registration button below, you will be redirected to Aide Canada’s website to register
About AIDE Canada
The Autism and/or Intellectual Disability Knowledge Exchange Network (AIDE Canada) is a tool to connect members of our community to the information and resources that they need. They deliver credible, reliable, and evidence-informed resources in an unbiased and accessible way. For more information about AIDE Canada, visit their website by clicking the words, AIDE CANADA.