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  • Guide to Hiring Persons with Disabilities for Saskatchewan Employers
    North East Community Partners for Inclusion, 2005

    Written specifically for Saskatchewan employers, yet includes general information applicable elsewhere. It builds the case for accommodating persons with disabilities, then provides details on applicable laws and best practices regarding recruitment and accommodation. Especially useful: tips on terminology and examples of accommodations categorized by cost.
  • Psychological Health and Safety: An action guide for employers
    Mental Health Commission of Canada, 2012

    In a relatively undeveloped area of employee wellbeing, this is one of the few comprehensive resources available to help employers create a strategy for protecting and improving employees’ psychological health and safety. Based on a literature search and stakeholder consultations, the guide walks employers through planning and implementation; the process of change described is based on policy, planning, promotion, prevention, process and persistence.
  • Taking action: An HR guide for hiring & retaining employees with disabilities
    Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters

    A comprehensive, practical guide on all aspects of recruiting and employing persons with disabilities, for businesses of any size. It explains the business case, then describes the law and best practices for each aspect of recruitment and retention. Tools related to each area include templates, model policies and guidelines. Particularly useful: the section on etiquette.
 
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