- Disability Employment 101: A comprehensive guide to the successful inclusion of disability and employment research into your workplace.
- Workplace Warriors: Learn about corporate best practices for the reintegration of veterans with disabilities in the workplace.
- Questions and answers regarding the Federal Laws Prohibiting Job Discrimination provided by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
The following are a collection of resources that explain Affirmative Hiring, or the practice of recruiting and training minorities, women, people with disabilities, and covered veterans as defined by the United States Department of Labor.
- Contract Compliance: This U.S. Department of Labor office ensures that Federal contractors practice affirmative hiring, including employer efforts to recruit people with disabilities.
- Preferential Hiring: The Section 3 program of the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development requires that recipients of certain HUD financial assistance, to the greatest extent possible, provide job training, employment, & contract opportunities for low- or very low-income residents in connection with projects & activities in their neighborhoods.
- Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities: This program offers recruitment & referral services for Federal employers nationwide, linking them to highly motivated post-secondary students & recent graduates with disabilities, for summer or permanent jobs.
What effective interviewing strategies can I use in the hiring process to invite workers with disabilities?
- Using basic disability etiquette approaches when interviewing people with disabilities can create a comfortable and courteous environment for all.
- Etiquette for specific disabilities and how to accommodate this in your interview vocabulary.
- Resources provided by the United States Department of Labor for the recruitment and retention of individuals with disabilities and their successful participation in the workforce
- Disability Employment 101: A comprehensive guide to the successful inclusion of disability and employment research into your workplace