CLBC’s employment resources highlight the benefits of hiring people with diverse abilities, and promote the creation of employment opportunities for the people CLBC supports across B.C.
- Information Sheet for Individuals and Families on Employment
This information sheet provides answers to key questions about CLBC’s Employment Policy and different types of employment support people may be eligible to receive.
- Learning from our Employment Data Report
CLBC collects data from our employment service providers through the Periodic Report for Employment (PRE) to fulfill the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction’s reporting requirements for the federal Labour Market Agreement for Persons with Disabilities (LMAPD). A snapshot of PRE data is included in these annual reports and has been selected as the most pertinent in helping CLBC staff, service providers and community members improve planning and delivery of employment supports.
The reports also include:
> stories of people’s employment, how they got there and the difference it is making in their lives
> guidance about what data could mean
> questions to help you generate discussions in your community, and
> supporting information in the appendixes
- Best Practices for Supported Employment
User-friendly information for employers, job seekers, service providers and family members.
- Employment Matters
A documentary by CBC, explores the untapped market and potential of employing people with intellectual disabilities in the workplace.
- Employment Matters Too
The second part of a CBC documentary series focusing on people with intellectual disabilities in the workplace.
Provide families with a forum for conversations about employment, mentoring through family to family support, and information and resources.
- Launching Pad for Business
An innovative approach to helping entrepreneurs with disabilities plan and launch their business.
- 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.
A public awareness and employment development initiative that connects people with developmental disabilities to employers for a day of mentoring.
- Ready, Willing and Able
A three-year project to increase the workforce participation of people with developmental disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
- Promoting our Abilities
Self advocate developed presentations to educate employers, community leaders, including those from municipal, provincial and federal governments, about the advantages to hiring inclusively.
- 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.