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Introduction and Statement of Commitment
Kingsdale Partners LP, operating as Kingsdale Shareholder Services ("Kingsdale") has developed a Multi-
Establishment of Accessibility Policies and Plans
Building on Kingsdale's Accessibility Policy, Kingsdale is committed to treating all stakeholders and employees in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. Kingsdale believes in integration and equal opportunity, and is committed to meeting the accessibility needs of stakeholders in a timely manner, and will do so by providing an accessible environment to its services.
Kingsdale will provide its employees who act on behalf of Kingsdale in dealing with the public or any other third parties, with the necessary IASR training requirements by January 1, 2015 and will maintain a record of the completed training modules that pertain to all current and future employees who have completed the training.
Communication and Feedback
Kingsdale is committed to meeting the communication needs of both employees and stakeholders with disabilities. Please refer to our accessibility Feedback Process if you would like to inquire on the way Kingsdale provides services to people with disabilities or you would like to request a copy of our polices.
Kingsdale is committed to fair and accessible employment practices. By January 1, 2016, Kingsdale, upon request will:
- develop individual accommodation plans and return-
to- work policies for employees that have been absent due to a disability;
- take steps to reduce or eliminate accessibility barriers that are brought to our attention;
- upon request from an associate with a disability, and upon further consultation with the associate, provide for suitable supports needed by the associate to perform their job; and
- take into account the accessibility needs of associates with disabilities when considering their performance and advancement opportunities.