Some examples of training resources include: Hire Immigrants Ottawa, a community-based initiative that brings together employers, immigrant agencies and stakeholders to enhance employers’ ability to access the talents of skilled immigrants in the Ottawa area.
When a person presents as a male, use masculine references (he, him, his). The list below outlines some additional practices for supporting a transgendered employee through the transitioning stage: Local advocacy groups and organizations that provide services to people with disabilities or websites for national organizations (like the Canadian National Institute for the Blind or Canadian Mental Health Association) can also provide helpful resources about understanding or accommodating specific disabilities.
An inclusive environment requires both individual diversity awareness skills and effective organizational systems that support diversity and inclusion.
Once an organization has successfully modified their recruitment and hiring practices to reach a more diverse audience, the next step is to successfully engage and support them as employees.
Visit the following HR Toolkit sections for information on HR practices that support an organization’s ability to engage and retain diverse teams.
The aim of the book is to provide a broad vision of the constitutional management of cultural diversity as seen through the prisms of different disciplines and experiences, both theoretical and practical.