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.
ADA30: Carmen Daniels Jones Shares the Impact of Accessible Travel and Disability as Part of the D&I Equation
Carmen Daniel Jones founded her own marketing company, so she can help companies be sure to include disability as part of their diversity and inclusion equation.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, SAP, a Corporate Partner of NBDC, rapidly prepared the company to support all of its employees, and went a step further to make certain employees in their Autism at Work (AAW) program were accommodated and comfortably operational.
Deborah Dagit, a leader in the diversity and inclusion arena, shares the impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act on her employment journey and offers some advice to young professionals entering the workforce.
Clinton Brown, a manager at Altice USA, shares the impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act on his own employment journey and offers some advice to employers on how to build a talent pipeline that includes employees with disabilities.
Much of the U.S. workforce is now working from home. This blog how employers can ensure all of their employees, including individuals with disabilities, have the support they need to succeed in a virtual workplace.
John D. Kemp, President & CEO of The Viscardi Center, shares the impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act on his own employment journey and what the workplace may look like in the future for individuals with disabilities.