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  1. Information from Cornell University on hiring workers with disabilities. Addresses topics such as management concerns and employment laws, including employment-related regulations covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Learn...

  2. This report from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce highlights strategies that businesses of all sizes can use to create a more inclusive workplace, marketplace and supply chain. It includes real-life...

  3. Information from the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center on federal and state tax incentives that help businesses comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). These incentives support businesses as they remove architectural...

  4. State vocational rehabilitation agencies (VR) provide employment services so people with disabilities can find and keep jobs and employers can find qualified workers with disabilities. Services include career counseling, job...

  5. This free service offers guidance about job accommodations for people with disabilities. Includes information for jobseekers, workers and employers about employment laws and regulations, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Also offers...

  6. Information from the PACER Center about state VR programs and the services they offer. State VR offices help people with disabilities prepare for, get and keep jobs that align with...

  7. This national nonprofit organization helps increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Membership is open to businesses of any size, including public and private sector employers. Learn about best practices...

  8. Report from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation dispels common misconceptions surrounding the hiring of people with disabilities. It provides information on strategies businesses can use to hire and retain...

  9. Offers employment training and job opportunities throughout the U.S. for people who are blind. Learn about the Wounded Warrior program and the Fellowship for Leadership Development. Employers can get help...

  10. Organization works with businesses to help them recruit, hire and retain qualified workers with disabilities. Use the job search tool to find job listings for people with disabilities. Learn about...

  11. Provides free information for employers who want to recruit, hire and retain employees with disabilities. Learn about job accommodations, employment laws, where to find qualified workers with disabilities and how...

  12. This guide from the Employer Assistance and Resource Network on Disability Inclusion (EARN) explains the benefits of hiring workers with disabilities. Employees with disabilities can help businesses be more productive,...

  13. Information from the Employer Assistance and Resource Network on Disability Inclusion (EARN) about tax incentives that help businesses offset costs associated with recruiting, hiring and accommodating people with disabilities. Includes...

  14. The WIOA helps jobseekers get employment, education, training and support services. It also matches employers with skilled workers and helps young people with disabilities prepare for employment. Get answers to frequently...

  15. Learn about the Schedule A Hiring Authority, which helps federal agencies hire applicants with severe physical or psychiatric disabilities. Get answers to frequently asked questions about hiring workers with disabilities....

  16. This U.S. Department of Education guide provides information about programs that can help businesses hire people with disabilities. It includes information about vocational rehabilitation agencies, Disability and Business Technical Assistance Centers...

  17. This guide from the White House has information to help businesses include people with disabilities in their workforce. Learn about reasonable accommodations and employment laws. Developed as part of Curb...

  18. ODEP is a U.S. Department of Labor agency that develops policies and practices to increase the number and quality of employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Learn about employment laws and...

  19. Guide from the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy includes information on the advantages of hiring people with disabilities, interviewing and hiring practices and creating an inclusive...

  20. This guide from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy identifies successful employment policies and practices for recruiting, hiring, retaining and promoting workers with disabilities. It includes...

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