Welcoming diversity for a workplace that reflects Greater Montreal

February 19, 2021 •  By Centraide
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Focused on representing the Greater Montreal community and determined to be enriched by diversity, Centraide has an equal employment opportunity program for groups susceptible to hiring discrimination, including: members of visible and ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, Indigenous peoples, and women. Centraide aims to hire candidates in these groups, and warmly invites them to apply..

  • Visible minorities: People, other than Indigenous peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race and non-White in colour.
  • Ethnic minorities: People whose native language is neither French nor English, and who are neither Indigenous nor a visible minority.
  • People with disabilities: All people with an impairment that causes significant and chronic disability and who may encounter obstacles in the performance of everyday activities.
  • Indigenous peoples: First Nations, Inuit or Métis.