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July 14th, 2014 by

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EARN has released a new document of frequently asked questions from employers on recruiting and retaining people with disabilities, including veterans. The document highlights key strategies employers can utilize to improve outcomes and leverage resources to facilitate an inclusive work environment.

Click here to read “FAQ: Employer Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining People with Disabilities and Veterans.”

For more information and employer resources, visit www.AskEARN.org.

 

 

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July 10th, 2014 by

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July 3rd, 2014 by

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An image shows a photo of a young Thomas Edison.Did you know that Thomas Edison had a disability? People with disabilities have been woven into the fabric of American history since the time of the Revolutionary War, starting with President George Washington.

As we pause to celebrate our nation’s independence on July 4th and gear up to mark the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) on July 26th, let’s remember the many Americans with disabilities and their contributions to American history, including Alexander Graham Bell and Harriet Tubman, as well as the multitudes of people with disabilities who have more quietly faced and shaped disability in our nation.

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For more information on the ADA and more employer resources, visit www.AskEARN.org.

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June 27th, 2014 by

Ask most successful professionals how they got to where they are today, and they will probably tell you about the person or people who helped them to get started, develop, and advance in their careers. Workplace mentoring is especially critical in supporting the inclusion of employees with disabilities. The Workplace Mentoring Primer was developed for employers and employees interested in establishing formal mentoring relationships and offers specific strategies, tools and activities for implementation.

If you are interested in mentoring in the federal government, please visit our Federal Workplace Mentoring Primer.

Click here to download EARN’s Workplace Mentoring Primer.

For more information and employer resources, visit www.AskEARN.org. 

 

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