AODA - (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act)
Trans-United Consultants is committed to diversity and accessibility. This Policy sets out service standards as it relates to people with disabilities.
Communicating with Job Candidates or Client Representatives
When communicating in print, Trans-United will take into account the job candidate’s disability. For example, provide information in large print or send an electronic copy of a document that can be read with a screen reader.
Services to Job Candidates with Disabilities
Support People and Guide Animals
Job candidates with a disability may enter the office accompanied by a service animal and may keep the service animal with them where the service animal is not otherwise excluded by law.
Job candidates with a disability may enter the office with a support person and have access to their support person while on the premises.
Trans-United Consultants will ensure that all persons to whom this policy applies receive training as required by the Accessibility Standards for Customer Service (Ontario Regulation 429/07) and upon request, ensure the availability of documents, information and communications in accessible formats.
Trans-United Consultants is committed to provide job placement services to all job candidates. Contact by email or in writing is welcome as Trans-United is open to suggestions and / or service improvements. Trans-United Consultants investigates and responds to any complaints in a timely manner.
Please send an email to Rob Fratric, AODA Officer or write to:
Rob Fratric - AODA Officer
Trans-United Consultants Ltd.
3228 South Service Road, Suite 110
Burlington, Ontario, L7N 3H8