Ressources du CNJ en matière d'emploi

Colombie-Britannique
Alberta
Saskatchewan et Manitoba
Ontario
Québec
Nouvelle-Écosse
Nouveau-Brunswick
Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador
Île-du-Prince-Édouard

Colombie-Britannique

The Abilities Business Cooperative

The Abilities Business Cooperative offers a variety of products and services to businesses and individuals within the Metro Vancouver region. Members are self-employed people with disabilities. The co-op brings members together to support each other, exchange products and services, market collectively and attract the business community as customers and preferred suppliers. 
Website: http://www.abcoop.org/

Vocational Programs for Youth and Adults

This program was designed to support people with disabilities to get access to training or employment. The Centre supports adults of working age, legally entitled to work in Canada with a disability or a chronic health condition. 
Website: http://bc-cfa.org/

Employment Strategy for Persons with Disabilities

The Government of British Columbia introduced the Employment Strategy for Persons with Disabilities that focuses on developing a broad range of new skills training services and employment-related programs to assist persons with disabilities into the labour market and to improve their employment outcomes. 
Website:http://www.gov.bc.ca/meia/online_resource/employment_strategy_for_persons_with_disabilities/

The BC Centre for Employment Excellence

Based in Vancouver and set up as a division of the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation, an established national non-profit, non-partisan, social policy research organization, the Centre was created to enhance the knowledge and development needs of the employment services sector and the employer community in British Columbia on issues related to employment programs and practices. 
Website: http://www.cfeebc.org/about-us/

Triangle Community Resources

Triangle Community Resources works with people who have experienced mild to extreme barriers in finding and keeping employment. Participants have real-time opportunity to define employment goals that fit with the local labour market in their area of interests and expertise, while developing and enhancing personal and professional skills. 
Website: http://www.triangleresources.com/what_we_do.htm

BC Coalition of People with Disabilities (BCCPD)

Since 2004, BCCPD has provided key leadership in the development of several personal supports projects. Personal supports, also known as disability supports, are the goods and services (like equipment, assistive devices, personal care attendants, or sign language interpreters) that enable people with disabilities to carry out the activities of daily living and fully participate in the life of their community. 
Website: http://www.bccpd.bc.ca/bcpsn.htm

Alberta

MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre

The mission of the MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre is to maximize clients' autonomy and community participation in order to improve their quality of life.  The Centre's clients include children and youth with motor impairments or communication disorders, and people of all ages who are deaf, hard-of-hearing or who have vision loss. 
Website:http://www.mabmackay.ca/modules/pages/index.php?id=32&langue=en&menu=9&sousmenu=3

GettingHired

GettingHired launched in 2008 with the sole purpose of helping people with disabilities find gainful employment. They strive to empower an underserved workforce of professional job seekers with disabilities and create sustainable employment growth through a variety of opportunities. 
Website: http://www.gettinghired.com

informAlberta

InformAlberta is a provincial online directory of publicly funded and/or not-for-profit community, health, social, and government organizations and services. The directory is maintained by the informmAlberta Partners – health zones and community information & referral services across Alberta.
Website:http://www.informalberta.ca/public/service/serviceProfileStyled.do?serviceQueryId=1056197

Alberta Human Rights Act

The Alberta Human Rights Act protects Albertans from discrimination in certain areas based on specified grounds. The purpose of the Alberta Human Rights Act is to ensure that all Albertans are offered an equal opportunity to earn a living, find a place to live, and enjoy services customarily available to the public without discrimination.
Website:http://www.albertahumanrights.ab.ca/publications/bulletins_sheets_booklets/bulletins/duty_to_accommodate.asp

Saskatchewan et Manitoba 

The Guide to Hiring Persons with Disabilities

The Guide to Hiring Persons with Disabilities for Saskatchewan Employers grew out of the need for employers to have information on employing persons with disabilities. 
Website: www.garytinker.ca/media/pdf/Employer_Guide.pdf

Reaching E-Quality Employment Services

Mission : To promote, facilitate and maintain the employment of people with disabilities or health conditions by providing diverse and customized employment, training and consultation services.
Website www.re-es.org/

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities (SMD)

SMD is a service-providing organization with branches across the province. SMD offers programs and services in areas such as education and work training, as well as counselling and therapy programs.
Website: www.smd.mb.ca

The Independent Living Resource Center

The Independent Living Resource Center is a consumer control that promotes and supports citizens with disabilities to make choices and take responsibility for the development and management of personal and community resources.       
Website: www.ilrc.mb.ca

Employment and Income Assistance Market Abilities Program

The market Abilities Program of Manitoba Family Services and Labour offers a wide range of employment-focused services to assist adults with disabilities in preparing for, obtaining and maintaining employment. 
Websitehttp://www.gov.mb.ca/jec/eia/marketAbilities/index.html

STEP Services

Career options for students with disabilities was launched in 1970 by the government of Manitoba to increase the availability of student jobs. Career Options for Students with Disabilities is a component of STEP Services, which creates career-related opportunities within the provincial government for students with disabilities.
Website: www.gov.mb.ca/educate/studentjobs

The Career Gateway Program

The Career Gateway Program is a placement and referral program for external job seekers who register in the CSC Career Gateway Program inventory and who self-declare as a member of one of the following employment equity groups: Aboriginal, Visible minority and Persons with a Disability, and who have relevant skills and abilities to perform jobs across the Government. Participants are classified at the first level of the position for which they are hired. 
Website : www.manitoba.ca/govjobs/info/programs.html

A.I.M

A.I.M assists individuals with disabilities or chronic illnesses to find work in the Selkirk, Manitoba area. They promote the equality of employment opportunities for persons with physical disabilities by providing vocational rehabilitation interventions, with a focus on employment services. 
Website: www.aimforwork.com

St. James-Assiniboia Industries Inc. (SJAI) Employment Services

Incorporated in 1979, SJAI provides pre-employment and employment services for persons with intellectual, mental and physical disabilities in jobs of their choice. These services are carried out in community settings. SJAI accepts referrals of individuals who are unemployed or on income assistance, have intellectual, mental or physical disabilities, and who are interested in obtaining pre-employment training or employment. 
E-mail: sji@mts.net
Website:http://db.itm.gov.mb.ca/Databases/BRC/ProgDisable.nsf/d7db625abebe10c286256e470066aa84/b22d7975bd4fa8708625795300570ddf?OpenDocument

Ontario

Link Up Employment Services for Persons with Disabilities

Link Up Employment Services for Persons with Disabilities is a charitable, not-for-profit employment services agency with a head office in the heart of Toronto, Ontario, and a branch office in Woodbridge, Ontario. 
Website: http://www.linkup.ca/about_us.html

Ontario Disability Employment Network

The ODEN is a professional body of employment service providers united to increase employment opportunities for people who have a disability.  They don't provide services directly, but work with service providers to help change policy and provide a voice for people with disabilities in the workforce. 
Website: http://www.odenetwork.com/about-us/ 

Northern Lights Canada

To help people and organizations develop their potential by providing counsel, education, resources, and connections in a caring, respectful, and professional manner.  Their employment services include information sessions, assistance to assess needs and develop return-to-work action plans, employment counseling, career decision-making, job search programs and more. 
Website: http://www.northernlightscanada.ca/

Ontario Disability Support Program

Provides assistance to people with disabilities seeking employment.
Website:http://www.mcss.gov.on.ca/en/mcss/programs/social/odsp/

Ontario Job Opportunity Information Network

Ontario Job Opportunity Information Network (JOIN) is one of Canada's leading organizations specializing in recruitment of persons with disabilities and disability in the workplace. They work with job seekers with disabilities to find and maintain work and assist employers to recruit qualified candidates to meet their hiring needs and make their workplaces more accessible.
Website: http://joininfo.ca/about 

Career Edge Network

Career Edge Network helps recent graduates find paid internships in their chosen field of study.  They aren't primarily focused on graduates with disabilities but it is still one target group from their mission statement and objectives. 
Website: https://www.careeredge.ca/en/home

Québec

Shaw Trust

Shaw Trust is a national charity that helps people facing disadvantage find work, gain skills and take control of their futures. 
Website: http://www.shaw-trust.org.uk/about-us/who-we-are/

Nouvelle-Écosse

Collaborative Partnership Network (CPN)

CPN is a group of nine non-profit employment agencies creating employment partnerships between individuals with disabilities and Nova Scotia employers. 
Website: http://www.cpnnovascotia.ca

DIRECTIONS Council for Vocational Services Society

DIRECTIONS Council for Vocational Services Society is a not for profit organization representing 29 member agencies throughout Nova Scotia. The Council's mandate is to assist and support member organizations in the delivery of services that promote the abilities and inclusion of persons with disabilities in the everyday activities of their community. 
Website: http://www.directionscouncil.org/

TEAM Work Cooperative and the Work Bridge Association

TEAM Work Cooperative and the Work Bridge Association is a specialized employment centre dedicated to finding employment for persons with disabilities.
Website: http://teamworkbridge.org

Career Connections

At Career Connections we offer a wide range of services to those who are unemployed or underemployed with specialized services available for persons with disabilities and African Nova Scotians. Career Connections is committed to creating an inclusive environment and providing employment services for all residents of Pictou County.
Website: http://www.careerconnections.ns.ca/

Nova Scotia Persons with Disabilities Employability Table

The Nova Scotia Persons with Disabilities Employability Table is a website that includes information on employment assistance services for persons with disabilities and employers, tools for employers, tools for job seekers with disabilities, the access-ability program, Sobey School Business Development Centre, and the Accessible Biz Connections Wage Subsidy Program.
Website: http://abilityhere.ca

Access to Community Education and Employment (ACEE)

ACEE (pronounced "ace") is a year-long transition program for youth with disabilities who have completed high school but are not yet ready for the workforce or further education.
Website: http://www.ilns.ca/about.html

Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Network (EDN)

Since 1995, EDN has provided support, inspiration, networking, and learning opportunities to thousands of entrepreneurs with disabilities. By reinforcing the belief that entrepreneurship is a viable career option for people with disabilities, EDN has helped entrepreneurs turn their business ideas and ambitions into reality. With a current membership of around 600 members and community partners, EDN continues to grow and foster entrepreneurship in Nova Scotia. 
Website: http://ednns.ca/

Nouveau-Brunswick

New Brunswick Premier's Council on the Status of Disabled Persons

This site contains a list of places to obtain career counseling and job placement services in New Brunswick.
Website:http://www.gnb.ca/0048/PCSDP/Directories/CareerandJobCouncelling2012En.pdf

Training and Employment Support Services for Persons with Disabilities (TESS)

The TESS program offers training and employment services that enable persons with disabilities to achieve their occupational goal or obtain employment.
Website:http://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/services/services_renderer.17056.html

Workplace Inclusion Program (WIP)

Located in Moncton, New Brunswick, WIP provides a wide range of employment services. This impressive range of services includes: general client assessment, employment counseling, career exploration support, career decision making support, resume development, and job search strategy. 
Website: http://www.ccrw.org/main.php?category=programs_services&id=65

The Student Employment Experience Development (SEED)

The SEED Program provides a variety of employment opportunities for post-secondary students during the summer months. Jobs  aim to enhance the students' employment prospects upon completion of their studies, while enabling them to finance the continuation of their education.
Website:http://app.infoaa.7700.gnb.ca/gnb/Pub/EServices/ListServiceDetails.asp?ServiceID1=5099&ReportType1=ALL

The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Program

The EEO Program was established in 1984. The objective of the EEO Program is to provide a more balanced representation of qualified designated group persons in the public service by helping individuals find meaningful employment with opportunities for advancement.
Website:http://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/departments/human_resources/services/services_renderer.5028.html

Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador

Supported Employment Newfoundland Labrador (SENL)

SENL is a provincial association of community-based service providers and stakeholders who are active and invested in employment for persons with disabilities. This association strives to promote full citizenship and personal capacity for persons with disabilities through the facilitation of increased labour market participation and outcomes. 
Website: http://www.senl.ca/

Employability Assistance for Persons with Disabilities

Employability Assistance for Persons with Disabilities is designed to assist individuals with a disability to acquire the skills, experience and support necessary to successfully prepare for, enter or remain in the work force. 
Website: http://www.aes.gov.nl.ca/disabilities/services.html

Summer Employment Program

The objective of the Summer Employment Program is to provide career-related work experience in the public service for post-secondary students with disabilities. Summer employment opportunities provide students with practical skills and knowledge to prepare them for their future entry into the labour market.
Website:http://www.aes.gov.nl.ca/students/summer_jobs.html

Office of Employment Equity for Persons with Disabilities

Employment counselling is available to provide career development services and support to clients of the Office of Employment Equity for Persons with Disabilities. The Office of Employment Equity for Persons with Disabilities also provide wage subsidies to provincial government departments that hire persons with disabilities. The government's Opening Doors Program is an employment equity initiative that comprises full time, permanent Opening Doors positions throughout the provincial public service in various locations that have been designated for persons with disabilities and may be filled only by members of this employment equity group.
Website:http://www.exec.gov.nl.ca/exec/hrs/disability_supports/index.html

Île-du-Prince-Édouard

The Employment Counselling and Services Program

The Employment Counselling and Services Program provides assistance, support, instruction and referral for persons with disabilities to find and retain employment and/or access training and educational opportunities. 
Website: http://www.peicod.pe.ca/employment.php

Work Abilities

Work Abilities offers an essential skills program designed to assist individuals with disabilities in enhancing their employability skills and career decision making process in preparation for entry or re-entry into the workforce.
Website: http://www.peicod.pe.ca/programs_workabilities.php

The Disability Support Program (DSP)

DSP is the first program in Canada to distinguish disability-specific support from income support. The purpose of DSP is to assist with personal planning and to help meet the needs related to an individual's disability. These supports are needs-based, and they are not intended to provide income.
Website: http://www.gov.pe.ca/sss/index.php3?number=

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