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GovernnmentMinistryDescription of ProgramESE SuitabilityIndustry / Program FocusTraining ModelTarget PopulationInformationSecondary Information
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Name of ProgramFor-ProfitNon-ProfitCo-OperativeParallelLinkingPeople with Disabilities (physical / intellectual)People with Mental IllnessNewcomersJustice-involvedYouthOther
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Province of Ontario
TCU (Training, Colleges & Universities)
Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program- Provides funding for organizations that run pre-apprenticeship training programs for in-demand trades
- Bonus points for programs that focus on ‘marginalized pops’
- Program provides opportunity to provide participants with wage subsidies (no more than $162.50 / wk)
- Expected 75% LMA rate
- Total budget cannot exceed $73.09 per student per day
XMust provides trades-related training (could work for construction, bakery, hairstyling, etc.)XXXXXXXXhttp://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/eopg/publications/preapp_guidelines.pdf
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Province of Ontario
TCU (Training, Colleges & Universities)
Employing Young Talent Incentive- 1,000-$2,000 through for hiring and retaining a young person (15 to 29 years old), if you are: a small business with fewer than 100 employees, through Employment Service (new)
- Access to job coaches who can support employees ongoing
- Orgs can receive a max of $50k over the duration of the program (now until 2020)
XXXhttps://www.ontario.ca/page/hire-young-person
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Province of Ontario
TCU (Training, Colleges & Universities)
Youth Job Connection- Focus on training and employment of Youth facing multiple barriers
- Employer can receive up to 7.5k to incentive employment of barriered youth
- Maximum work placement is 6.5 months
XXXXXXhttp://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/eopg/publications/yjc_program_guidelines.pdf
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Province of Ontario
TCU (Training, Colleges & Universities)
Youth Job Connection Summer- Focus on training and employment of YFMB
- Employer can receive a maximum of 2.5k/ employee
- Exclusively summer employment
XXXXXXhttp://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/eopg/publications/yjc-summer-program-guidelines-en.pdf
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Province of Ontario
TCU (Training, Colleges & Universities)
Supported Employment Program- Can provide up to $7k in flow-through funding for employers who hire people with disabilities, to support their employment for the first 6.5 monthsXXXXXXhttp://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/eopg/publications/se-guidelines-program-en.pdf
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City of Toronto
TESS (Toronto Employment & Social Services)
Purchase of Employment Services- Purchase of X# of seats within a program, for a negotiated price per person. Building Up had 15 seats purchased in Y1 for $7,500 e.a.
- POES focuses on: Employment essentials, sector-specific support, occupation-specific support, self-employment support
XXPeople on Ontario Workshttps://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/ed/bgrd/backgroundfile-78722.pdf
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City of Toronto
TESS (Toronto Employment & Social Services)
Investing In Neighborhoods- The Investing in Neighborhoods (IIN) Program offers meaningful and rewarding paid jobs at non-profit organizations for people on Ontario Works in Toronto. IIN positions: pay a minimum of $14 per hour, range between 21 and 30 hours per week, can be no longer than 52 weeks (1yr) XXPeople on Ontario Workshttps://www.toronto.ca/community-people/employment-social-support/employment-support/employment-seekers-in-financial-need/
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City of Toronto
TESS (Toronto Employment & Social Services)
‘Hiring People on OW’ – Financial Incentives for Private EmployersIf you hire someone who is receiving Ontario Works benefits, you may be able to access up to $4,500 to offset supervision and/or training costs, as well as Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB) / Accident Insurance Coverage and Human resources follow-up support for the first 6 months of their employment.XXPeople on Ontario Workshttps://www.toronto.ca/community-people/employment-social-support/employer-support/help-with-hiring/
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City of Toronto
TESS (Toronto Employment & Social Services)
PAYE: Partnership to Advance Youth EmploymentPartnership to Advance Youth Employment (PAYE) is a joint initiative between private sector employers, the City of Toronto and a network of community based agencies committed to supporting Toronto youth find and maintain employment. XXXXXhttps://www.toronto.ca/community-people/employment-social-support/employer-support/help-with-hiring/
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City of Toronto
TESS (Toronto Employment & Social Services)
Hiring Youth – Youth Employment PartnershipServices that YEP provides include: wage subsidies, where available; screening and matching young people to your job openings; pre-employment and on-going support
XXXhttps://www.toronto.ca/community-people/employment-social-support/employer-support/help-with-hiring/
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City of Toronto
TESS (Toronto Employment & Social Services)
Toronto Youth Partnerships & Employment (TYPE)Toronto Youth Partnerships & Employment (TYPE) is a mobile intensive case management program supporting youth in Toronto who are facing challenges. Outreach Youth Counsellors help youth to develop action plans and link young people to employment services, skill development and educational programs. Wage incentives not available. Program however, provides some interventions that may reduce your social costs.XXXXhttps://www.toronto.ca/community-people/employment-social-support/employer-support/help-with-hiring/
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City of Toronto
TESS (Toronto Employment & Social Services)
Hiring People on Ontario Works - Customized Training ProjectsThe City works with training providers and employers to develop one-time training projects customized to meet the needs of employers and job seekers. The goals of these projects are to: respond quickly to the hiring needs of employers; work with employers who require employees with specific job skills, and; provide people who are on Ontario Works with the skills training required to fill these vacancies.XXXPeople on Ontario Workshttps://www.toronto.ca/community-people/employment-social-support/employer-support/help-with-hiring/
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Federal Government
ESDC (Employment & Social Development Canada)
Canada Summer JobsCanada Summer Jobs (CSJ) is an initiative of the Summer Work Experience program. It provides wage subsidies to employers to create employment for secondary and post-secondary students. Not-for-profit employers are eligible to receive funding for up to 100% of the provincial or territorial minimum hourly wage. Private sector employers are eligible to receive funding for up to 50% of the provincial or territorial minimum hourly wage. Refer to your provincial or territorial legislation to confirm the minimum wage. Employers are required by law to pay the Mandatory Employment Related Costs (MERCs) for their employees. Not-for-profit employers are eligible for reimbursement of Mandatory Employment Related Costs for up to 100% of the minimum hourly wage in the province or territory where the activities will take place. All other employers are not eligible for funding to cover Mandatory Employment Related Costs, in whole or in part. All employers may be eligible for additional funding of up to $3,000 per student with disabilities to accommodate the student within the workplace. However, only personal tools and adaptations and professional support services (e.g. visual language interpreters) that the student requires to accomplish tasks covered under the agreement will be considered eligible.XXXXXXXXXXXhttps://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/funding/canada-summer-jobs/eligibility.html
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Federal Government
CHS (Culture, History and Sport)
Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations- Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations is a summer job program. Eligible employers may benefit from wage subsidies and access to a pool of talented youth with innovative ideas and competitive skills. Positions last from six to 16 weeks and students must work 30 to 40 hours per week. Students with a disability are eligible for part-time work. WHO normally contributes between 25 to 50 percent of total employment costs (wages, benefits and other eligible expenditures) per job, and may, as warranted, contribute up to 75 percent of employment costs. The maximum YCWHO contribution is $8,000 per job.XArts and Culture; Non-Profit must have a focus on 'heritage'XXXhttp://www.culturalhrc.ca/YIP/index-e.php https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/funding/young-canada-works/employers.html
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