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Children's Aid Society of Toronto
Children's Aid Society of Toronto employees at the organization's Heart and Spirit Awards ceremony

Recognized as one of Greater Toronto's Top Employers

Here are some of the reasons why Children's Aid Society of Toronto was selected as one of Greater Toronto's Top Employers (2018):

  • Children's Aid Society of Toronto helps employees balance work and their personal lives with up to 4 weeks of starting vacation allowance as well as up to 10 paid personal days off, which can be scheduled throughout the year
  • Children's Aid Society of Toronto helps employees plan securely for the future with contributions to a defined benefit pension plan and retirement planning assistance -- and offers phased-in work options for those nearing retirement
  • As part of the Children's Aid Society of Toronto's health benefits plan, the organization offers a health spending account of up to $1,000 per year, allowing employees to top up coverage according to their personal needs
Employees at the Children's Aid Society of Toronto grilling burgers for a Pride barbecue

Highlights

Industry Child and Youth Services
Established in Canada 1891
Major Canadian hiring locations Toronto ON
Full-time employees in Canada 798
Part-time employees in Canada 32
Average age of employees in Canada 44 years
Longest serving employee 38 years
Long-term savings defined-benefit (DB) pension
Health plan premium as part of the health plan, the employer pays up to 100% of the premiums
Health spending account up to $1,000 each year
Alternative work options flexible work hours, 35-hour work week (with full pay), shortened work week (fewer hours with less pay), compressed work week, telecommuting
Vacation allowance new employees receive 4 weeks of paid vacation after their first year on the job
Outside survey period outside consultant surveys are held every 24 months
Employee performance reviews employees receive individual performance reviews every 12 months
In-house training initiatives in-house training, online training, mentoring
Scope of charitable involvement local, national, international
Employee charitable involvement employees are involved in selection of charities

Recognized as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers

Here are some of the reasons why Children's Aid Society of Toronto was selected as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers (2018):

  • Children's Aid Society of Toronto created a number of committees to address various topics including diversity and inclusion, anti-oppression and anti-racism, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, and black education and awareness
  • As part of the organization's inclusive recruitment practices, Children's Aid Society of Toronto provides hidden bias training for employees and uses World Education Services to assess immigrants' qualifications -- the organization also shares vacancies with a number of community organizations including Spinal Cord Injury Ontario, Pride at Work Canada, and Nationaltalk.ca
  • Children's Aid Society of Toronto has maintained the Out and Proud program for over 18 years to ensure its services are open, inclusive, safe and positive for the LGBT community as well as its employees, and also established Out and Proud Affirmation Guidelines
Children's Aid Society of Toronto employees celebrating Chinese New Year   ( Photo credit: Ferdinand Herrera)

Highlights

Industry Child and Youth Services
Major Canadian hiring locations Toronto ON
Full-time employees in Canada 798
Formal diversity strategy has a defined strategy to achieve diversity and inclusion goals
Senior executive who oversees diversity initiatives Director of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Development
Formal commitment maintains a number of committees to address various topics including diversity and inclusion, anti-oppression and anti-racism, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, and black education and awareness
Diversity training and awareness hidden bias training, discrimination training, specialized anti-oppression training, inter-cultural and intra-cultural training
Diversity highlights along with City of Toronto, donated 34 Isabella Street, the country's national repository to LGBT material, to the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, shares vacancies with Ryerson University's Internationally Educated Social Workers (IESW) Bridging Program, offered secondments and training to numerous Native Child and Family Services employees, employs an external vendor to offer language and interpretation services in over 100 different languages, events to recognize international dates such as International Day of Pink, Black History Month and Chinese New Year
Some of the diversity-focused partnerships World Education Services (new Canadians), Ontario March of Dimes, Pride at Work Canada, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario, Nationtalk.ca (Aboriginal recruitment), The Center for Independent Living in Toronto

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