Top 4 tips for hiring and supervising
co-op students taking part in CanWork
Supervising a student who identifies as having a disability or mental health challenge doesn’t need to be costly, time-intensive or difficult. Rethinking your overall procedures with accessibility in mind can benefit all of your employees and increase your team’s productivity.
Here are our top 4 tips for making the most of this experience:
Students of the CanWork program can count on the on-site support of CanWork job coaches.
We encourage the employer to engage in ongoing open conversations with the student directly. However, if problems do arise or both parties are unable to come to an agreement our job coaches are here to help mediate the situation.
CEWIL Canada has great employer resources to support students in remote working conditions during the COVID-19 Pandemic.