Improving the Participation of Under-utilized Talent of People with Physical Disabilities in the Canadian Labor Market: A Scoping Review

The purpose of this rapid scoping review is to identify the most promising policies, programs and employment practices which include people with physical disabilities in the workforce. The findings from this report are presented as 11 key implications that are organized into categories according to three target audience: (1) vocational rehabilitation and employment service providers; (2) employers and (3) businesses leaders and policy decision makers.

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Location: Canada

Groups: Persons living with DisabilitiesPersons living with Learning Disabilities
Keywords: Labor Market AttachmentUnder-utilizedPolicy ImplicationsPersons living with DisabilitiesLabor Market SupplyLabor Market Participation