Connecting the Dots Conference 2020

Connecting the Dots Conference 2020

[Describer]: People testing out technology at a conference. CNIB’s Connecting the Dots Conference just got better. Explore Braille, Technology and Employment. Angela Bonfanti, Senior Vice President, Foundation Programs at CNIB. [Angela]: And so, we really, really are evolving. We’re combining these regional events to bring you the most inclusive conference I think that we can. […]

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PACE – Providing Access to Childcare and Employment

PACE – Providing Access to Childcare and Employment

So Pace is a project that’s being delivered in Brighton & Hove. It’s to support parents of 2-3 year olds to look at employment training and also have support with childcare from the beginning of the project all the way through until they start work I got into Pace by attending a baby group, and […]

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Washington state prepares for employment impacts from coronavirus

Washington state prepares for employment impacts from coronavirus

LIVES. LIVES. WE LIVES. WE REPORT LIVES. WE REPORT ON LIVES. WE REPORT ON THE LIVES. WE REPORT ON THE ECONOMIC WE REPORT ON THE ECONOMIC WE REPORT ON THE ECONOMIC IMPACT. IMPACT. IMPACT. >>>IMPACT. >>>GLOBALLY IMPACT. >>>GLOBALLY THE IMPACT. >>>GLOBALLY THE SPREAD IMPACT. >>>GLOBALLY THE SPREAD OF IMPACT. >>>GLOBALLY THE SPREAD OF THE>>>GLOBALLY THE […]

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Generation scarred by youth employment crisis

Generation scarred by youth employment crisis

“Oh, it’s terrifying. It’s really, really terrifying… I would imagine that for every job opening there has to be hundreds of other candidates that are, you know, equally as qualified”. In the global market for jobs, young people have been hardest hit. From a high of 76 million unemployed at the height of the crisis, […]

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Part 3. Understanding the Duty to Accommodate

Part 3. Understanding the Duty to Accommodate

[Music] Accommodating the individual needs of people with disabilities is a legal duty under the Code. This allows people to benefit equally and take part fully in the workplace, housing, and other services. The most appropriate accommodation is the one that best meets the individual needs of the person with a disability. You are only […]

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Services For Deaf/HH LGBTQIA+ Community!

Services For Deaf/HH LGBTQIA+ Community!

Hello, everyone. My name is Zoraida Rodriguez and I am the new Client Services Specialist here at DHHSC – Deaf and Hard of Hearing Service Center. I’m here to work with people who identify with the LGBTQIA+ community and provide different services. If you are unaware what LGBTQIA+ means, I’ll explain it. L stands for […]

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Narrative Cinematic Work | Sony FX9 | Market Analysis

Narrative Cinematic Work | Sony FX9 | Market Analysis

The world of narrative filmmaking is moving towards large format capture and sensors larger than super35mm. Be that for a feature film, a high budget TV or streaming show, or even short films and student films, there are now cameras with fantastic quality large format sensors available at every level of the market. Sony have […]

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Claiming motoring expenses if you’re self-employed

Claiming motoring expenses if you’re self-employed

if you work for yourself you might use your car van all motorcycle for both business and personal use you can claim business expenses for a number of things including fuel vehicle insurance and parking you cannot claim for non-business driving costs fines or travel between home and work there are two ways of working […]

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