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Thursday, September 08, 2016
Employees with disabilities can have a positive impact on profitability
Mark Wafer, a longtime Tim Hortons franchise owner, makes a case for hiring people with disabilities.
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Thursday, September 08, 2016
Accommodating Episodic Disabilities: A guide to dealing with chronic and recurring health conditions
This Human Rights and Labour Law Conference pre-conference event taking place in Ottawa ON will engage with discussion questions that raise important views of episodic disabilities in Canada.
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Wednesday, September 07, 2016
N.W.T. legal aid's refusal to help human rights complainants 'systematically discriminating'
The Northwest Territories Government's legal aid office was wrong to refuse a disabled Yellowknife woman a lawyer to help her argue human rights complaints, an adjudicator has found.
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Welcome to the Episodic Disabilities Employment Network (EDEN) website.

This website is a place where people in Canada living with episodic disabilities, including HIV, can connect with each other to find and generate answers to tough employment questions.
 
On this website there are resources available to the general public and resources available only to members. If you are a person living with an episodic disability, including HIV, you can register now for free to access these additional resources.
 
As a member of this website you can:
  • Connect with others living with episodic disabilities, including HIV, about employment issues, challenges and opportunities
  • Find information on employment programs and services
  • Ask human resources (HR) professionals employment-related questions
  • Read personal accounts of how people living with episodic disabilities, including HIV, have successfully handled challenging work situations
  • Watch videos about:
    • Personal stories, including topics such as return to work
    • Information on legal supports
    • Information on workplace accommodations, such as flexible work hours

Feel free to have a look at the resources available to the general public and if you are a person living with an episodic disability, you can register now for free.
 
For additional information, please contact us.

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This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Social Development Partnerships Program – Disability component.

Realize (formerly CWGHR) also acknowledges the financial support of the Public Health Agency of Canada.
The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the Public Health Agency of Canada