novembre, 2020

24nov9:00 am1:00 pmDiversity@Work ConferenceRemote


Join our 11th annual Diversity@Work conference where we will delve into the future of inclusion in the workplace and how specific populations needs must be met for businesses to thrive and succeed in a global economy.

This conference will be offered complimentary and will be accessed via Zoom.

In lieu of ticket prices this year, we kindly ask for your generous support to donate a small amount to our charity. Your donation will go towards programming to support our vulnerable clients.

Inclusion at Work: Building Responsive Workplaces for Existing and New Challenges

Moving from inclusion policies to practice is more relevant today than ever, and leads to the question, what are organizations doing to address the specific and distinct challenges to inclusion faced by vulnerable groups?

Automation, COVID-19, the global Black Lives Matter movement have shaped 2020 and challenged all organizations to act. COVID-19 has exacerbated the labour market vulnerabilities faced by vulnerable groups: newcomers, immigrants, and individuals from BIPOC communities. Black Lives Matter has shone a light on the historical systemic racism that exists within institutions that continues to disenfranchise black people.

As such, this conference will focus on what opportunities exist for organizations and institutions to drive meaningful change? Themes discussed will include:

– Anti-Black Racism in the Workplace

– COVID-19 and it’s impact on precarious work for immigrants and non-status persons

– Understanding intersectionalities in developing effective inclusive practices- How companies are addressing automation and the possible displacement of the older worker

– The lack of access to employment for marginalized youth

– Inclusivity as crucial to the success of a digital workplace

Speakers to be announced shortly! Last year’s program was approved for 5.95 CPD hours through the HRPA.

To visit our site and see highlights of our last conference, go to


(Mardi) 9:00 am - 1:00 pm EST




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