TD Bank and PwC share best practices on recruiting people with disabilities.
People with Disabilities
Humana provides insights about the its recruitment of people with disabilities and its resource group for people with disabilities.
Should you disclose your disability? Jose Garcia, SVP Diversity Talent Acquisition Strategy, says yes and tells you why.
Bank executive gives advice on what to do after joining an employee resource group.
Lance LaVergne, Talent Acquisition SVP, talks about how individuals with diverse abilities can get senior leaders to recognize their work.
I learned very early on to be comfortable living in the uncomfortable. By taking risks early on and throughout my career, I grew as an employee and as a person. Whether it is taking on stretch roles, transferring to a new business unit, or working directly with senior management, the skills and experiences you will gain are priceless.
Mentors, Sponsors Play Key Roles in Helping People With Disabilities Bring Their Whole Selves to Work
Professionals with disabilities might feel a little out of place because of their visible or non-visible differences. Mentors and sponsors can play a key role in helping them bring their whole selves to work.
GM was one of the very first companies to have an employee resource group for people with disabilities. The GM ABLE Employee Resource Group was established in 1993 and has been instrumental in providing input on facilities accommodations and in sharing their time/talents with local communities, and people caring for a family member with a disability.
Recruitment at Wells Fargo focuses not only on accommodating people with disabilities throughout the hiring process, but on purposefully attracting people with disabilities. The company’s recruitment website includes a designated phone number for applicants with diverse abilities to request accommodations for the interview and selection phase.
This educational tool, available for posting on your corporate intranet, includes a timeline, facts & figures and our popular “Things NOT to Say” series, all focused on National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
The complaint alleges Uber engaged in “pervasive and ongoing discrimination” because people in wheelchairs can use only a few dozen of its more than 58,000 vehicles in the city.
“Once a great first lady, still a great first lady,” Shriver’s son, Tim, said to Obama at the awards ceremony, which also honored Air Force Master Sgt. Israel Del Toro.
Airbnb hosts more likely to discriminate against travelers with disabilities even when advertised as “wheelchair accessible.”
PwC’s Brad Hopton and ILR School’s Susanne M. Bruyère discuss best practices surrounding the retention and advancement of employees with disabilities.
U.S. Labor Department’s Director of Compliance Patricia Shiu says it’s time for federal contractors to hire more individuals with disabilities. NOD’s Disability Employee Tracker can help companies employ typically non-traditional talent.