In This Issue
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, and with over 21% of Americans living with some form of disability, addressing disabilities in the workplace is a must for employers. In National Disability Employment Awareness Month we look at the formation of this observance enacted by congress over 55 years ago and the latest issues impacting disabled workers and employers looking to hire.
Continuing our focus on disabled workers, Myths about Disabled Workers takes a closer look at this sector of the labor market and debunks some common myths and misconceptions; with an emphasis on why disabled Americans make for good prospective job candidates.
With our focus and commitment to inclusion, this month also has us looking at diversity in your workplace. Namely, Does Your Workplace Encourage Inclusion? has our experts discussing why encouraging diversity is not only a moral imperative, but a good business practice.
One of the best ways to attract new, qualified employees is with an employee referral program. Before you begin, our experts review some great tips to help you implement in Employee Referral Programs: How to Implement One Effectively.