New Partnership Announcement: Microsoft expands North America reach by becoming a partner in Canada!
For more than 25 years, Microsoft has been on a journey to empower over 1 billion people living with disabilities.
From creating innovative technology solutions, bolstering recruitment, and partnering with third-party providers and partners to help make things possible, accessibility is a pivotal part of Microsoft’s culture and DNA. To further this commitment to inclusion, we are thrilled to announce the expansion of the Microsoft partnership to now include both the United States and Canada, making Microsoft our official North America Partner!
“Microsoft holds itself to inclusivity, transparency, and accountability when it comes to accessibility. It is crucial to ensure the workplace is a place where everyone can thrive. Our partnership with Lime Connect will help us focus on creating accessible spaces, expanding our efforts to attract and retain diverse talent, and ensuring strong global disability representation.”
– Carolyn Byer, Director HR, Microsoft Canada
Career Opportunities Exist Across Microsoft Canada Teams!
As part of the launch of this new partnership between Lime Connect and Microsoft Canada, Lime Network members now have immediate access to roles across the firm.
Microsoft Canada personnel will also be joining us in our May 19th Recruitment Reception for students and new grads with disabilities! Representatives will be in attendance to discuss career opportunities across Canada including the following roles that we’re sure members of the Lime Network will be excited about.
- Customer Success Account Manager in Toronto, Ontario
- Architect in Montreal, Québec
- Cloud Solution Architect – App Dev in Other
- Modern Workplace Specialist in Toronto, Ontario
- Azure Solution Sales Specialist, Data & AI in Calgary
- Account Executive -Government of BC in Victoria, British Columbia
- Join or log in to The Lime Network today to apply for one of these highlighted roles
Partner News: Microsoft makes new 5-Year Commitment to bridging the “Disability Divide”
While there is still work to be done, people with disabilities are preparing for an increasingly digital job market. Microsoft recently announced a new five-year commitment to help bridge the “Disability Divide” – the gap in societal inclusion for people with disabilities globally, by investing in accessible technology, talent development, and doubling down on our promise to build and model inclusive workplaces. This new technology-led approach is key for talent development, workplace culture, and accessible technology.