Many employers are not aware of the resources available to help them to attract, hire, accommodate and retain employees with disabilities.  Also, there still remains many myths and misconceptions about hiring and integrating people with disabilities in the workplace.

EARN is made up of prominent employers and knowledgeable service providers, all focused on eliminating barriers to employment.  Members have the opportunity to network, share best practices, receive education on disability and inclusive practices and meet with talented job seekers from our community, who happen to have disabilities. EARN’s core activities include:  Targeted recruitment and networking opportunities for employers and job seekers with disabilities, “Job Match” conference calls, Learning events for employers and community partners; an annual Conference, a city-wide Career Fair and regular communication on employment and disability issues.


February 2017 EARN E-Newsletter

EARN and our Ottawa AODA Project Coordinator (Kelly and Katelian) would like to acknowledge and thank Carleton University on the success of their NetNight on February 15th. Not only was it an honor to be able to introduce EARN and the AODA Project to t …



Save the Date: EARN’s 5th Annual Conference

The Employment Accessibility Resource Network (EARN) is very pleased to announce our 5th Annual Conference on Tuesday June 6th, 2017 from 8:00am to 3:00pm, at the Canadian Mus …

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