Employment & Work

Employment & Work

For Employees

Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW)
The CCRW Partners Program provides return to work programming and job search services for persons with disabilities, and supports employers in hiring and retaining persons with disabilities.

Employment and Educational Supports
Initiatives offered by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador including wage subsidies, training, and employment supports for persons with disabilities

CNIB(Canadian National Institute for the Blind)

Offers employment assistance out of their Corner Brook office for persons who are blind or have low vision.

Department of Immigration, Population Growth and Skills

The Government of NL provides information, training and programs for persons looking for employment.

Easter Seals 

Career and Educational Services to assist persons with disabilities in finding employment.

Murphy Centre

Career Services that offer a holistic approach to career development and employment supports, which includes group-based programming and one on one meetings.

The Opening Doors Program

An employment equity initiative of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. The Opening Doors Program comprises full time, permanent Opening Doors positions throughout the Provincial Public Service in various locations of the Province.

Internship Programs and Career Services
Services offered by the Empower: The Independent Living Resource Centre

Visions Employment
A non-profit organization which provides employment related services to persons with developmental disabilities.

For Employers

Hiring a Person with an Intellectual Disability
Ready, Willing, and Able helps connect employers and employees

Guide to Planning Inclusive Meetings
Guidebook developed by the Government of Canada

Return to Work Plan
A step-by-step guide for managing the return to work process. Developed by the Canadian Human Rights Commission

COD-NL offers a full platform of Disability Awareness Training

Research and Studies

Persons with Disabilities and Employment
A study produced by the Government of Canada about labour market participation and persons with disabilities


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