Diversity Is Important to These Canadian Employers
A yearly national competition, Canada’s Best Diversity Employers, highlights companies with diversity and inclusiveness initiatives. These finalists represent the diverse leaders in their sectors and areas of the country.
Vancouver Airport Authority partnered with the Canucks Autism Network and created a resource packet and video series to help families and individuals living with autism when traveling. Toronto Transit Commission is committed to developing a company-wide Anti-Racism Strategy and a review of policies, practices, and systems.
TELUS Communications Inc, out of Vancouver, has grown to over 7,000 memberships in its five resource groups, which offer networking, mentoring, peer support, coaching, and volunteering opportunities to the members.
Canada is a welcoming and diverse country
Sodexo Canada Ltd maintains 16 partnerships that offer training and professional development programs for Indigenous groups. Procter & Gamble Inc holds yearly diversity reviews with senior-level employees to assess progress and reinforce leadership accountability.
McMaster University has an employment equity facilitator program to support hiring processes and ensure equitable outcomes. Hatch Ltd in Mississauga set a goal to have women make up 40 percent of its workforce by 2023. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp is committed to an anti-racist journey including working with organizations to secure stronger support for Black employees.
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