Success Stories

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Ready, Willing, and Able is very pleased to welcome Worldline as its newest employer partner

Worldline is an international leader in the payments and transactional services industry. Powered by over 20,000 employees in more than 50 countries, Worldline provides its clients with sustainable, trusted, and secure solutions across the payment value chain. Services offered by Worldline in the areas of Merchant Services; Terminals, Services & Solutions; Financial Services and Mobility […]

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Inclusion Checks In: The Alt Hotel, St. John’s, NL

Alt Hotels is a brand of the Germain Hotels group, which started in 1988 with Hôtel Germain-des-Prés in Quebec City. Since then, it has grown into 3 branded hotel chains (Le Germain, Alt and Escad) and stretches across Canada. The Alt Hotel St. John’s was opened in 2017 and overlooks the St. John’s Harbour, offering spectacular […]

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Mallory’s Postering Service: Making Self-Employment Work

Across the country, there are almost a half million working-age Canadians on the autism spectrum or with an intellectual disability for whom employment in the competitive labour force remains out of reach. While Ready Willing and Able (RWA) and its network of supported agency partners works with thousands of employers to change this fact, it […]

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Inclusion Builds Employer Capacity and Community Connections

The Discovery Hotel and Tammaativvik Boarding House are two of Iqaluit’s leading providers of local accommodations. While both establishments have been operated by Edmonton-based Nova Group since 2018, their community history long precedes that time. Discovery Hotel (formerly known as The Discovery Lodge Hotel) was originally built to be Pan-Am Airline’s Crew Hotel and the current site has […]

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The Inclusion At Work Webinar Series

Inclusion Canada, the Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorder Alliance (CASDA) and The Inclusive Workplace invite you to join a three-part webinar series that explores practical, applied strategies to support inclusive hiring and shares examples of how businesses are building accessible and inclusive workplaces that benefit everyone. Who should attend? This series is designed for employers (C-Suite, leadership), […]

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