April 2021 is the 10th anniversary of Autism Acceptance Month, a month-long opportunity to shift conversations about autism towards true acceptance of individuals with autism in the workplace.
Chronic conditions are more widespread than people often realize. This community has experiences that, in some ways, mirror the experiences of other types of disabilities, but come with unique perspectives. With the right supports, employees with chronic conditions can thrive in the workplace.
It’s Black History Month and important to celebrate the accomplishments of Black people with disabilities, too.
The past year presented stress and strife for so many, however, the start of 2021 is a perfect opportunity for employers to renew their commitment to their employees’ mental health. Read how.
4 Artificial Intelligence-Based Hiring Practices That Can Be Discriminatory Towards People With Disabilities
Although artificial intelligence is often marketed as an objective tool, it can be yet another barrier to securing employment for people with disabilities. Here are four artificial intelligence-based hiring practices that can be discriminatory towards candidates with disabilities.
Tips from the National Business & Disability Council’s Virtual Disability Inclusion Summit: Moving from Awareness to Action, in honor of National Disability Awareness Month (NDEAM).
September is National Preparedness Month. Read about five strategies to ensure your disaster preparedness plans are inclusive of people with disabilities.
For college students and recent graduates, entering the workforce can present challenges, but the right preparation and approach can help ensure they have what it takes to successfully get and maintain a job.
Attracting qualified job candidates can be challenging and time-consuming. This means it is even more important to implement recruitment and hiring practices that will help your company connect with the most qualified candidates quickly and efficiently.
ADA30: Christina Eisenberg Points Out the Creativity, Flexibility, and Determination of Individuals with Disabilities
Christina Eisenberg, manager of NBDC, notes the high level of creativity, flexibility, and determination individuals with disabilities, traits often hard to find, bring to the workplace.