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We are responsible for ensuring that the services volunteers and independent contractors provide on our behalf follow the rules of Ontario’s accessibility standards. We have ensured these individuals are trained to meet the requirements.
Camp Chikopi has 1-49 employees, we must complete 4 requirements of the Accessible Employment Standard in our workplace:
Camp Chikopi Hiring
Camp Chikopi welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Accessible accommodation and support will be provided to successful job applicants.
Workplace information in an accessible format is available if an employee asks for it. This includes:
Everyone is different, we are happy to do what works best for you. We encourage all employees to notify us on how they would like to receive the above information. Large print, read aloud, or with captions.
Staff Accessible emergency information, for when you become aware that an employee may need accommodation in an emergency.
Talent and performance management
Camp Chikopi has informal performance and management reviews, when we hold a review we will consider the needs of an employee with disabilities when we:
Communicate accessibility policies
Camp Chikopi is happy to communicate with our employees about our policies to support people with disabilities. We notify all new employees when they are hired, and tell all our employees if we change the policies.
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