Here, employers will find resources & supports for practices that may assist in the employment & retention of individuals with disabilities.
The purpose of the Virginia Commonwealth University Rehabilitation Research & Training Center (RRTC) is to identify effective supports for assisting individuals with disabilities to maintain employment & advance their careers.
The council provides corporations with a full range of services to assist them in successfully integrating people with disabilities into the workplace, including a Resource Summary page.
DMEC is a nonprofit organization that strives to advance strategies & resources to improve workforce productivity. Included are links to tools to keep valuable employees at work through integrated disability & absence management.
The DEI was developed by the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) & the US Business Leadership Network (USBLN) as a method of providing participating businesses with an objective measurement of their disability inclusion policies & practices while identifying opportunities for continued improvement.
EARN supports employers’ talent acquisition & competitiveness by empowering employers to source, hire, retain, & advance qualified individuals with disabilities through dissemination, collaboration, & technical assistance as well as researching & promoting promising employer-focused disability practices & policies.
This site helps employers tap into the changing workforce by providing materials relevant to employing individuals with disabilities.
Workforce3 One, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment & Training Administration (ETA), is an online interactive communications & learning platform designed to build the capacity of the Workforce Investment System. Members include the public workforce system & its strategic partners, such as employers, Federal agencies, community- & faith-based organizations, & educators.