Why Join CCDI Consulting?
CCDI Consulting Inc. (2015) is a full-service consulting company that helps organizations understand the value of inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility (IDEA). It is also a workplace that models the behaviours we want to see developed in our clients. We are focused on our mission with a passion that continues to make a difference in the lives of working Canadians, and we endeavour to make an impact where it matters. As an active participant in a national momentum in Canada that challenges us to unpack past inequities, we strive to be better and do better for ourselves and our partners.
At CCDI Consulting, we understand that we must provide growth and development opportunities to attract and retain passionate and high-performing talent. Moreover, we believe in maintaining a sound work-life balance, and mental health is our priority.
What Benefits does CCDI Consulting Offer?
CCDI Consulting has been growing and evolving at an unprecedented pace. We’ve recently adjusted and redesigned our base pay structure and benefits program to keep up with the changes. We introduced improved job categories, levels, and titles that align with our new structure for more significant development opportunities and better-defined career paths.
Here are some of the benefits that will be available to you when joining CCDI Consulting:
1. Statutory Holidays and Paid Personal Days
Statutory holidays are legislated by the government, and you are entitled to them by law. However, we want to recognize that we are a diverse workplace, and some statutory holidays may not reflect your religious or personal beliefs. Under our new policy, you can take another day off instead of the stat holiday.
We care about our employees’ health and well-being. We offer a generous benefits program and a " href="http://livingwagecanada.ca/">living wage for all regular staff. We also offer programs to support mental health and well-being.
Our benefits program includes the following coverage:
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