NEWS RELEASE · 16th July 2010
The Provincial Networking Group Inc. is pleased to be able to recognize a local Terrace business with a new window sticker that celebrates diversity in the workplace.
The “Diversity ,,, Work” window sticker is a new province wide initiative launched by BC EmployNet, a provincial association of people that work with persons with disabilities in helping them find paid employment.
The window stickers are given to employers who have shown their belief in diversity in the workplace by hiring a capable individual who also happens to have a disability.
Businesses such as Terrace Chrysler are recognizing the value of having a diverse workforce and reflecting the community that they serve. They also recognize the abilities and skill that people with disabilities have and the fact that they can be valued members of the workforce.
Terrace has been a leader in province with regards to supported employment for people with disabilities for a number of years. The sticker image was also designed by Terrace resident, Chris Arnold.
Many people in our community either live with a disability or have a family member or loved one who does. Part of the goal of recognizing businesses that demonstrate their belief in diversity in the workplace is to inform consumers and encourage them to use their purchasing power to support businesses like Terrace Chrysler the next time they are looking for a new vehicle or any of the other services they offer.
Congratulations to everyone at Terrace Chrysler!
For more info, contact Chris Arnold at PNGI 635-4479
Matt Kenyon, Employee at Terrace Chrysler