Making it Easier for You!
Business-focused services and resources to help you meet your hiring needs.
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.
What you can expect from us
- Save money
We provide business-focused services and resources to help you meet your hiring needs. No ads and no need to even post job openings publicly. By working with MODC Employment Services, we will reduce your hiring costs by recruiting, hiring and training staff for the positions required. We will find your new employees quickly and will prepare them for their jobs before they begin. If on-the-job coaching is required, we will handle that to ensure success.
- Save time
We will work for you during every facet of the hiring process to ease time constraints:
- Developing a job description
- Screening candidates
- Conducting interviews
- Providing job training and on-the-job support
- Offering additional information (over and above a resume) about the candidate to make your decision easier
- Accessing a diverse pool of pre-screened, qualified candidates
- Finding qualified applicants quickly and efficiently
- Always available to assist you
- Productivity and Business Advantage
An increase in diversity, accessibility and inclusion in the workplace, increases profits, lowers employee turnover, increases positive employee sentiment, improves safety records, and contributes to a more innovate workplace. We provide information and training for you and your employees, breaking down the myths of working within an inclusive workforce. Statistics show that an inclusive workplace results in a healthier work culture.
For help managing your workplace wellness, including ensuring your office is ergonomically friendly, let our rehab and clinical services staff assist your business.
Why Choose MODC Employment Services?
“Employers said that our team was attentive to their business needs.”
94% of surveyed employers
“Reported that they would hire through MODC again, and would refer our program to other employers.”
100% of surveyed employers
Disability in Canada
For companies interested in gaining a competitive advantage, the business case for hiring people with disabilities is important to know.
People with Disabilities Make Great Employees*.
Among employees with disabilities:
72% have higher staff retention.
86% have average or better attendance.
90% have equal to or better performance than their coworkers without disabilities.
98% are average or better rated in work safety.
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
Expanded Consumer Reach
Together with their families and loved ones, people with disabilities represent more than half our population with a buying power that tops:
$40 Billion in Canada
$1 Trillion around the world
Hiring people with disabilities is a good business decision.
In 57% of cases workplace accommodations had no cost, and on average other accommodations had a one-time cost of $5001.
An increase in diversity, accessibility, and inclusion in the workplace increases profits, lowers employee turnover, increases positive employee sentiment, improves safety records, and contributes to a more innovative workforce2 .
1 Job Accommodation Network (2019). Workplace accommodations: Low cost, high impact. Retrieved: https://askjan.org/publications/ Tpic-Downloads.cfm?pubid=962628
2 Conference Board of Canada (2014). Business benefits of accessible workplaces. Retrieved from: https://www.conferenceboard. ca/e-library/abstract.aspx?did=6264&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1* Source: Partnership Council on Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities
* Source: Partnership Council on Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities