Finding the right fit is what we do
Whether you are an employer looking to fill a vacancy, or someone with a spinal cord injury or other disability looking for a job, there's a way forward here. Starting a new job is a win-win for the business hiring and the employee signing on, and we've been the liaison between these winning parties for more than 30 years. The deep personal satisfaction that comes with being an important part of the workforce is undeniable, and we believe it should not be denied to anyone, least of all because of a disability.
Yes! We help people get jobs.
It may be one of our best kept secrets, but it shouldn’t be. We have a team of employment experts on staff to share best practices in job search and employability skills, connect job seekers to jobs and work with businesses to help round out their staff needs. Our employment services are currently focused in Toronto, with plans to expand into the rest of Ontario, but wherever you are, you can tap into our expertise. Check out our Top Tips, connect with our team directly, or learn more by clicking the relevant buttons below. (And read a great article in Canadian Retailer Magazine about our employment program.)
Contact us: 416-422-5644, ext. 245 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Top Ten Skills Employers are Looking For
- Interview Questions for Job Seekers
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Employment Services at Spinal Cord Injury Ontario is funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU), Employment Ontario (EO) program, and by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS), ODSP-ES (Ontario Disability Support Program- Employment Supports).