Sinai Health System
Sinai Health System employees   (Photo credit: Graphics New Media)

Recognized as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers (2017)

Here are some of the reasons why Sinai Health System was selected as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers (2017):

  • Sinai Health System established an Anti-Homophobia-Transphobia Action subcommittee, responsible for creating a welcoming environment for LGBT staff and patients -- the committee hosts monthly meetings and organizes annual events to strengthen connections to community organizations and groups
  • Sinai Health System supports the employment efforts of new Canadians and participates in the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council's Mentoring Partnership, offering job readiness activities such as interview coaching and resume writing -- the organization also partners with Career Bridge to offer internships to new Canadians and supports Ryerson University's Internationally Educated Social Work Professionals Bridging Program
  • Sinai Health System launched the "Are You an an Ally" campaign to educate employees on how to act as an ally for persons with mental health and addictions issues, racialized people, people with physical disabilities, LGBT people, and people who are trans, intersex, and two-spirit -- the organization is also planning to expand the campaign to include gender (women), Aboriginal peoples and seniors
Sinai Health System employees celebrating the hospital's Human Rights and Health Equity programs   (Photo credit: Graphics and New Media)


Industry Hospitals
Major Canadian hiring locations Toronto ON
Full-time employees in Canada 3,469
Senior executive who oversees diversity initiatives Director, Human Rights and Health Equity
Formal commitment established an Office of Human Rights and Health Equity and a Human Rights and Health Equity committee, maintains a Fair Employment Opportunity Policy to ensure equity in all aspects of the hiring process (from developing job descriptions to ensuring an inclusive work environment) and a Gender Identity Policy, which outlines guidelines for the fair treatment of all trans, intersex and two-spirit patients and staff
Employee resource groups Anti-Homophobia-Transphobia Action subcommittee, Black History Awareness committee, Violence Against Women Awareness committee, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act / AODA planning committee, Lunar New Year committee, Holocaust Remembering planning committee, International Day for Persons with Disabilities committee
Diversity training and awareness AODA training
Diversity highlights organizes events to recognize International Day for Persons with Disabilities and National Aboriginal Day, "Are You an Ally" awareness campaign and resource website
Some of the diversity-focused partnerships CareerBridge (internships for new Canadians), Skills International, Job Opportunity Information Network (persons with disabilities), Ryerson University (supports the internationally educated social work professionals bridging program), Workplace Essentials Skills Partnership (career fair for persons with disabilities), Scadding Court Scholarship (sponsor)

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