There are many benefits to becoming an inclusive employer and to hiring people who identify as having a disability. Committing to enhancing your employees’ work environment creates a happier, healthier and more productive culture for your entire team.

Not sure where to start? We are here to help.

Redefining the workplace to be more accessible means creating healthier and happier work culture that is disability-inclusive. As an employer who is committed to the health and wellness of an inclusive and welcoming team, we are here to help you maximize your success! 

Your accessible workplace help increase productivity, diversify a broader pool of talent and skills, and create and expand connections and client bases. 








1 in 5 Canadians have one or more disabilities.


That is 6.2 million people with incredible talents to offer and contribute to your workplace


Where do you start? What can you do? How can you as an employer foster inclusivity, accessability and success in the workplace? 


CanWork has dedicated and well trained job coaches that are exceptional at supporting persons that identify as having a disability to advocate for their needs and can mediate between all parties to ensure everyone is set up for success.


What's Next?

We can meet you where you are at. The process could start as soon as you onboard one of our CanWork participants for a work term. We will set up an initial meeting with all parties involved to develop an accommodation plan that works for everyone involved. Did you know that the majority of people who identify as having a disability or mental health challenges do not require accommodation but benefit from a supportive environment?  


The process can also be reversed, our team is more than happy to consult with employers that demonstrate a willingness to hire students with diverse needs but are not sure where to start. We can support you and your team in assuring you have the right processes in place to create an inclusive environment right from the onboarding process to the end of the work term.