CALGARY, Alberta, September 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EY Canada has expanded its Neurodiversity Centers of Excellence (NCoE) network with the opening of its sixth center in Calgary, Alberta. Starting in Philadelphia in 2016, the NCoE model has expanded globally to include a rapidly growing Canadian team spanning Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City, Halifax and now Calgary.
A strengths-based talent model unlocks the potential of a neurodiverse talent pool that integrates advanced business and technology functions, integrating skills such as data analytics, blockchain, robotics, AI and cybersecurity to help clients We help you overcome some of your most complex business challenges.
This expansion will enable EY Canada to offer an end-to-end neurodiversity inclusion model to help clients build their workforce and meet the demands of their business. The NCoE model has evolved since its inception to provide a unique end-to-end neurodiversity offering advanced technology capabilities to help organizations better recruit, onboard and develop a neurodiverse workforce We provide inclusion consulting services.
“Other organizations have similar desires to expand their inclusion efforts and leverage their neurodiverse teams to tackle high-demand areas such as intelligent automation and analytics to drive innovation and productivity. Through the NCoE, we create a supportive work environment that fosters innovation, brings new dimensions of creativity, and fosters diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace, both in our company and our clients. is producing.”
- Anthony Rjeily, Digital Transformation and Innovation Leader, EY Canada
“We welcome the latest investment in the expansion of EY’s Neurodiversity Center of Excellence to Calgary. It is also a vote of confidence: the services provided through this center will help bring employers and employees together and strengthen the economy.”
- Honorable Jason Kenny, Premier of Alberta
“Invest Alberta has teamed up with EY Canada to launch its first Canada-based Finance Center of Excellence in January 2022. We are excited about its expansion to include a Neurodiversity Center of Excellence. This expansion demonstrates our commitment to the workforce of the future and our commitment to creating more opportunities for Albertans and businesses that invest in Alberta. It helps our workforce innovate and tackle the world’s biggest challenges.”
- Invest Alberta Chief Executive Officer Rick Christianse said:
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EY expands Neurodiversity Center of Excellence to Alberta, The Canadian Business Journal
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