Legitimate Opportunities to Work from Home book cover


DECEMBER 6, 2014

These resources are intended for career professionals and others interested in engaging a virtual workforce so that clients can access legitimate work-from-home opportunities. With support from CERIC, they were developed by the Employment and Education Centre (EEC) in Brockville, ON to answer the question: “Are there really legitimate opportunities to work from home?”

The materials were developed as part of a series of train-the trainer webinars on the topic of Working from Home. By educating career professionals and giving them ready-made tools, they are empowered to work confidently with their clients, opening up new options for employment for a number of traditionally underserved client groups including people with disabilities, rural communities, Aboriginal communities, newcomers, caregivers and older workers.