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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Mar 21, 2016) - Back in Motion Rehab Inc. (Back in Motion) announced today that it won the Safe Harbour Champion Award from Affiliation of Multicultural Societies and Service Agencies of BC (AMSSA). Back in Motion was one of six nominees from among 1,000 businesses, organizations and municipalities across the province participating in Safe Harbour: Respect for All, a diversity education program coordinated by AMSSA. When discussing Back in Motion's application, Kat Cureton, Safe Harbour Program Coordinator, said the selection committee was "very impressed with the depth of work you are doing in regards to diversity and inclusion - the staff education, the newsletter, the community engagement" and the fact that "all your locations have taken Safe Harbour training."
Ms. Stefanie Neth, Diversity Coordinator, says: "We're honoured to be presented with this award. Achieving Safe Harbour certification for all Back in Motion locations was my first initiative when I moved into the role of Diversity Coordinator two years ago. The training provided a fantastic opportunity for frontline staff and managers to learn the various dimensions of diversity as well as gain tools to help create an inclusive workplace."
"AMSSA's Safe Harbour Program has been an invaluable tool for staff training," says Dr. Ken Hemphill, Vice President of Human Resources. "We have a diverse workforce, and value contributions from staff with a variety of perspectives and backgrounds."
About Back in Motion:
Based in British Columbia, Back in Motion is an employment solutions and health care company that provides services to over 12,000 people annually in fourteen locations across Metro Vancouver. Dedicated to quality and the highest professional standards, Back in Motion's credo is Helping People Work. Helping People Live. As an employer, Back in Motion supports work-life balance, community contributions, and professional growth opportunities. The values of teamwork, integrity, respect, and diversity are embedded in everything they do.
About AMSSA's Safe Harbour Program:
Safe Harbour: Respect for All is an interactive program coordinated by AMSSA that has provided diversity training and resources to businesses, institutions and organizations across BC since 2004. These workshops have supported participants to learn inclusive practices aimed at creating more welcoming workplaces for staff and clients. AMSSA is a not-for-profit that has been strengthening diversity in BC for over 38 years, supporting its 70+ member organizations doing immigrant settlement and multicultural work.