When starting a new job, it's very important to know the company's emergency plan. As an American with disabilities, it's important to be ready for anything.
Ethel Hartman was out of work for a while due to a car accident that left her out of a job for six years. Then she signed up for NTI and was able to find work in a call center.
The U.S. Department of Labor announced an alliance with the American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity to promote the inclusion of people with disabilities.
As COVID-19 long haulers get ready to go back to work, businesses must be ready to support them and make sure they are in a safe environment.
Millions of individuals, including Americans with disabilities, have an opportunity to receive discounted high-speed internet and a discount toward a one-time purchase of a computing device.
Human Resource professionals need to make sure they have well-crafted job descriptions, which can be very useful in attracting and retaining qualified employees with disabilities.