Resources for Recruiting from Diverse Labour Pools

Are you having a challenging time finding reliable and dedicated employees? Think outside the box by hiring from diverse labour pools. Diverse labour pools provide you access to a wealth of skilled and talented people: The immigrant workforce; Canadian-born visible minorities; persons with disabilities; and Indigenous Peoples.

For more information and resources, visit the following websites:

The Neil Squire Society is the only national not-for-profit organization in Canada that has for over thirty years empowered Canadians with disabilities through the use of computer-based assistive technologies, research and development, and various employment programs.

Technology@work – The Technology@Work Program supports people who have a work- related barrier due to a disability or a functional limitation and who require Assistive Technology for employment or volunteer activities in British Columbia.

Accessibility Employment BC – Accessible Employment BC is a free job listing site for people with disabilities who are looking for work opportunities and for employers who wish to diversify their workforce.

Spinal Cord Injury BC – Information database of resources for employers

Immigrant Employment Council of BC develops tools, resources and information to assist employers to attract, hire and retain immigrants.

SUCCESS is a non-profit charity offering range of services including job ready candidates, a free job board, employment matching, mentorship, job fairs and training.

Immigrant Services Society provides a range of services including job ready candidates, a free job board, employment matching, mentorship, job fairs and training.

Get in the Know – Created by DiverseCity, both employers and potential employees can access the latest tips, strategies and research.

Work BC – They support job seekers in finding career opportunities as well as help employers fill jobs, find the right talent and grow their businesses.