We put our hearts into doing business responsibly and we are proud to support communities as best we can. As our company continues to grow and thrive, we remain focused on bringing our network of incredible partners, customers, friends, nonprofit organizations & businesses along with us in this journey.
Every relationship that we have brings forward something special and valuable. We depend on them, as they represent partnerships that help everybody achieve their dreams and their goals.
ARES Staffing Solutions is proud to work with:
The business case is simple: a diverse workforce is the most innovative and effective workforce. It is more representative of customers, and it makes better decisions given a wider range of experience and viewpoints. The writing is on the wall. In order to remain competitive in today’s unique, fast-changing global market, we must identify, attract and integrate the best talent from diverse sources. ARES and TRIEC (Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council) have partnered to fuse high quality, strategic staffing solutions with immigrant integration solutions as a unique value offering to our customers.
Since: 2014 Partnership Type: Community Job Skills is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing people’s capacity to participate in the labour market, thereby contributing to the economic and social viability of our community.
Since: 2014 Partnership Type: Creative Corus Entertainment Inc. is a Canadian-based media and entertainment company that creates, broadcasts and licenses content across a variety of platforms for audiences around the world.
Since: 2009 Partnership Type: Community ARES Director of Sales, Art Gray, has been volunteering with Resources for Exceptional Children and Youth (RFECY) an agency working with children and youth with special needs for 6 years as a Board of Directors member. RFECY assists families to enhance their child’s participation in the community, along with supporting the family to advocate for services that they may require. They also work in partnership with agencies and organizations to foster an inclusive continuum of services and facilitate the community’s capacity to respond to the family’s needs.
Canadian Business SenseAbility is a national, not-for-profit organization run by business for business. Our goal is to help companies accelerate success through the talents of people with disabilities. SenseAbility was established in 2014 as an outcome of the 2012 Panel on Labour Market Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities. The panel’s report, Rethinking DisAbility in the Private Sector (opens in a new window), documents that employing people with disabilities results in higher retention, revenue growth, customer goodwill and the development of great leaders. Cost, accommodation and training are not barriers, and the business case is rock solid.