Work BC Service Providers – Your Role in the Plan

The overall goal of the Community Action Employment Plan is to increase the number of CLBC eligible individuals who are participating in employment, and for people who are already employed, but want to work more, with increased opportunities for employment.

This means everyone has a role to play.

Collaboration and partnership with WorkBC in particular has been instrumental in helping more people connect to employment. There has been a six-fold increase in the number of CLBC job seekers accessing employment services from their local WorkBC office. Over the next three years, CLBC and WorkBC will focus on these key objectives from the Plan:

  • Continue to identify and implement solutions to increase the use of WorkBC by CLBC job seekers
  • Continue to share best practices for employment service delivery that will increase employment outcomes for CLBC job seekers
  • Take advantage of training opportunities that will result in improved service delivery to CLBC job seekers
  • Create and disseminate stories demonstrating collaborative practice between CLBC & Work BC
  • Participate in the development of Local Employment Action Plans

Click here to download this information in a printable Fact Sheet.

Additional details about the objectives and background for each of the priorities for 2016-2019 can be found in the full version of the Community Action Employment Plan.

Web Resources

Best Practices for Supported Employment – user-friendly information for employers, job seekers, service providers and family members. Link:

Mapping Inclusive Employment for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities – on line geo-mapping project that enables people throughout the province to share their experiences with inclusive employment. Link:

BC Partners in Workforce Innovation – innovative recruitment pilot project to help BC employers meet current and future workforce needs, and connect people with diverse abilities to employment opportunities. Link: 

Launching Pad for Business – an innovative approach to helping entrepreneurs with disabilities plan and launch their business. Link:

Employment Matters – a documentary by CBC, explores the untapped market and potential of employing people with intellectual disabilities in the workplace. Click here to watch the documentary.

Employment Matters Too – the second part of a CBC documentary series focusing on people with intellectual disabilities in the workplace. Click here to watch the documentary.

Self Advocate Speakers Bureau – self advocate leaders available to make presentations and share their stories and expertise with decision makers, service providers and the community. Link:

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