Dear Stephen Lecce. Let’s try something different. Like a plan.

  • Education around accommodation laws and requirements for employers. These laws already exist, but seemingly not enforced. We are asking for support to fund organizations and those uniquely positioned to disseminate information to both the employee and employers.
  • A directive, with resources for employers on accommodations options they could provide employees as an alternative to leaving the workforce.
  • A formalized Continuity of Education Plan for 2021–22, available to all Ontarians. We are 9 months into this pandemic, parents need a plan, a living document adaptable for all scenarios so we can adequately prepare for the year ahead.

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Career Coach @careerlove.ca, HR pro and advocate for working mothers. I write about working, parenting, HR & all that falls in between. #paytransparencynow

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