The most important part of accommodating people with epilepsy involves providing your workforce with basic facts about epilepsy and addressing the stigma associated with epilepsy.
The ROI of Inclusion: Disability Employment Strategies Boost the Bottom Line
The data is unsurmountable. Business leaders are discovering that hiring qualified candidates with disabilities can be a major boost for business.
The ADA was enacted in 1990, when the internet was in its infancy. Since then, technology has exploded, and digital accessibility needs to be as prevalent as general accessibility.
Understanding and Applying the ADAAA
In 1990, President George H.W. Bush signed into law the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). It was the first comprehensive civil rights law for people with disabilities, making it possible for everyone with a disability to live a life of inclusion and equality.
Communicating with People with Disabilities
Enhancing the ability of staffers to engage and interact in a relaxed and confident manner can ensure positive and respectful interactions.
Disability Employment Outreach Programs
Try these four proven strategies for reaching more potential applicants with disabilities:
Best Practices for Workplace Accommodations
Are you worried about having to provide reasonable accommodations or don’t know where to start?
Mental Wellness in the Workplace
Only 25 percent of people with a mental illness feel like others are understanding or compassionate about their condition.
Employing and Accommodating an Aging Workforce
Here are a few accommodations to help older employees remain productive:
Create an Inclusive Applicant Pool: Hiring Individuals with Disabilities
Today, many employers are realizing that a disability-inclusive workplace isn’t just good PR, it’s good for business.