March of Dimes Canada Employment Services

Your Solution for Successful Employment

The mission of March of Dimes Canada (MODC) is to maximize the independence, personal empowerment and community participation of people with disabilities.

March of Dimes Canada Employment Services exists to ensure that people with disabilities find and keep meaningful jobs. We are Canada’s leader in matching people who have disabilities with employers seeking qualified job candidates.

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With the new lockdown in Toronto and Peel, our offices in those areas are closed until further notice.
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Honouring our veterans on Remembrance Day.
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To mark Disability Employment Awareness Month, we can’t think of a better program to highlight than the Amazon Alternative Workforce Supplier Program (AWSP).
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Client Services

Client Services

Looking for work takes determination, motivation, commitment and patience, especially in a tough labour market. Our objective is to help you, our client, avoid discouragement, keep up your energy and motivation, and secure the best job possible, as quickly as possible. Whether you are looking for work for the first time or going back to work, our full range of staff will support you every step of the way.

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Employment Services

“Two clients shared positive feedback stories on the services that they receive from the March of Dimes. Both clients felt very passionate that their employment successes were due to the ongoing support from the March of Dimes. I would like to thank you and your organization on behalf of the clients and the Ministry.”

Peel ODSP ES Program Supervisor, Ministry (MSCSS)

Employer Services

Employer Services

Hiring people with disabilities is good for business. Finding and hiring the right employee can be expensive and time consuming. We are your one source for wrap-around service. MODC Employment Services offers a comprehensive suite of services to help you find the best candidates for your organization – no matter the size of your business or the type of opportunity. Our attentive approach to your business needs will save you money and time.

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Employer Services

IMPROVED PRODUCTIVITY
Research shows that diverse and inclusive workplaces are:

  • 2x more likely to meet or exceed financial targets
  • 6x more likely to be innovative
  • 6x more likely to effectively anticipate change

 

Research based on a survey of 245 global organizations, by Deloitte, 2017

Veteran Services

Veteran Services

With more than 40 years providing comprehensive vocational rehabilitation services, Canadian Veterans Vocational Rehabilitation Services (CVVRS) brings together a national network of service providers and vocational rehabilitation experts to ensure the best support for Veterans and their families. As a service provider for the program, March of Dimes Canada works with veterans to help them obtain the skills, abilities and work habits that will prepare them to secure a job in their chosen area of work.

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Employment Services

90% of consumers prefer to engage with companies that hire people with disabilities. People with disabilities, their families and loved ones now represent more than half our population with a buying power that tops $40 billion in Canada. For companies interested in gaining a competitive advantage, hiring people with disabilities is just good for business.

Youth Services

Youth Services

MODC Employment Services assists youth seeking employment to acquire skills and knowledge to overcome employment barriers and to be successful in the job market, today and in the future.

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Employment Services

March of Dimes Canada Employment Services Partners

MentorAbility AMI Restaurants Canada Amazon Canadian Federation of Independent Business Proud member of ODEN York Region CVVRS WorkBC

Employment Ontario Government of Ontario Government of Canada
Programs are funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.