June O-News: A Focus on Diversity & Inclusion


OTEC recently announced several innovative workforce development projects that are focused on integrating youth, indigenous and Métis communities, newcomers and refugees into the Canadian workforce through technology-based assessment tools and effective pre-employment training. As a founding partner of the Discover Ability network, OTEC recognizes that 1 out of 7 Canadians has a disability and promotes the hiring of persons with disabilities. All of this work and the various partnerships we have, demonstrate our commitment to ensuring all diverse stakeholders are provided with the training, tools, and resources they need to be successful.

To learn more about or get involved in OTEC programs and projects focusing on diversity and inclusion, check out this month's O-News -

Our experience working with OTEC was a thoroughly enjoyable one. We were tremendously impressed by the professionalism of their approach and the quality of their work. American Express approached OTEC to develop a service training program for its partners in the restaurant industry... OTEC took the time and effort to research the needs of our audience and consulted with us every step of the way to produce an end product that we were proud to have our company name associated with.;

— Vice President of Public Affairs Communication and Quality Services,
American Express Canada

Adam Morrison
Vice President, Projects and Partnerships
416.622.1975 ext. 236