As the pandemic continues, many organizations are wondering how the workplace, and employment opportunities will change for people with disabilities post COVID-19. During this webinar, our speakers will explore what the ‘new normal’ in the workplace might look like for people with disabilities and why the pandemic has changed the expectations of flexible working. The panel will also discuss some positive opportunities that may arise for people with disabilities, as a result of the change in work during the pandemic.
Who is this course for?
This program is designed for employers, leaders and managers that are looking to take a proactive approach in creating safe, healthy and inclusive workplaces for all.
What flexible working could look like post COVID-19
How can employers continue to support flexible working for people with disabilities post COVID-19
What opportunities may arise for people with disabilities as a result of the change in work during the pandemic
Dr. Michel D. Landry
Dr. Michel D. Landry is a Professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, the Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI), and the Duke-Margolis Centre for Health Policy at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina (USA).
Shawn de Raaf
Shawn de Raaf, holds an MA in Public Administration from Carleton University. He is a Research Director with the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation, where his research has covered a wide range of topics related to employment, training, income security and community economic development.
Jamie is the Principal of MacLeod Silver HR Business Partners based in Vancouver, BC and an Inclusive Workforce Consultant with BC Partners in Workforce Innovation. Jamie has an extensive Human Resources background, specializing in workforce diversity and inclusion, recruitment, training and HR start up