What exactly does EARN do for employers? We support them in their efforts to recruit, hire, retain and advance qualified individuals with disabilities. Here’s how:
Education and Resources:
This website—AskEARN.org—is the initiative’s online hub, serving as a centralized source of employer-focused tools, resources and publications on disability inclusion. Check out our easy-to-navigate information on a wide range of topics, from recruiting qualified job candidates to tax incentives for hiring people with disabilities.
EARN is your gateway to free training on the latest disability inclusion topics. Our interactive Training Center is a one-stop resource for comprehensive, curated multimedia training on strategies, policies, and practices for advancing inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace. Find webinars and trainings on topics including: disability etiquette, interviewing job candidates with disabilities and reasonable reasonable accommodations. You can also learn about upcoming EARN webinars in the News & Events section. (EARN webinars frequently offer HR Certification Institute (HRCI) and Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) credits for attendance!)
News and Information:
EARN makes it easy to stay up to date on the latest disability employment news and information. Subscribe to our e-newsletter and e-blasts, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube and visit our home page to learn about upcoming events, developing news and promising practices in the world of disability diversity and inclusion.
Research and Exemplary Practices:
Behind the scenes, EARN is busy researching disability inclusion issues and gathering exemplary policies and practices from employers who are getting it right. This research informs the tools and resources we bring to you through AskEARN.org and ensures that we bring you the latest, most effective technical assistance.
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