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About EARN

The Employer Assistance and Resource Network on Disability Inclusion (EARN) offers information and resources to help employers recruit, hire, retain and advance people with disabilities; build inclusive workplace cultures; and meet diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility (DEIA) goals. 

Getting Started

Start here to learn how to recruit, hire, retain and advance people with disabilities; why workplace inclusion of people with disabilities matters; and how EARN’s resources can help.

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    Phases of Employment

  • A woman in a wheelchair shakes hands with a colleague

    Recruit

    Build a pipeline of talent that includes people with disabilities.

  • Two men work at repairing an engine.

    Hire

    Identify people who have the skills and attributes for the job.

  • A woman with a disability wearing a helmet works in a factory

    Retain

    Keep talented employees with disabilities, including those who acquire them on the job.

  • A man uses sign language to communicate.

    Advance

    Ensure that employees with disabilities have equal opportunities for advancement.

Dinah Cohen Learning Center

EARN’s Learning Center offers a wide range of training resources, including self-paced online courses.

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EARN makes it easy to stay up-to-date on disability employment news and information. Start by subscribing to our monthly newsletter and eblasts, which will connect you to upcoming events, developing news and promising practices in the world of disability diversity and inclusion. And don’t forget to follow EARN on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn

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Self-Paced Trainings: Strategies for Disability Inclusion

Explore EARN's training series on disability inclusion in the workplace.

Developed with input from a range of employers with exemplary track records in disability employment, EARN’s Inclusion@Work Framework outlines seven core components of a disability-inclusive workplace, along with a menu of strategies for achieving them. This series of trainings explores each section of the Framework, as well as others topics related to workplace disability inclusion. Each training takes about 10-15 minutes to complete and includes a quiz at the end to test your knowledge of the subject matter.

Explore EARN’s new training on creating a Mental Health-Friendly Workplace.

Lead the Way: Inclusive Business Culture

Take this short training to learn more about how you can establish an inclusive business culture.

Build the Pipeline: Outreach and Recruitment

Learn more about building a sustainable talent pipeline in this short training.

Hire (& Keep) the Best: Talent Acquisition & Retention Processes

Learn more about the policies and processes that facilitate hiring and retention in this short training.

Ensure Productivity: Reasonable Accommodations

Learn more about how accommodations can help ensure all of your employees are as productive as possible in this short training.

Communicate: External & Internal Communication of Company Policies and Practices

Learn how to ensure your company is using disability-inclusive messaging in this short training.

Be Tech Savvy: Accessible Information & Communication Technology (ICT)

Learn how to make your ICT infrastructure accessible to your applicants, employees and customers.

Measure Success: Accountability & Self-identification

Learn more about how collecting metrics can help you measure the success of your disability inclusion efforts in this short training.

Additional Trainings

Centralized Accommodation Programs (CAP) as a Best Practice

This short training will explain what a CAP is and how it can benefit your organization.

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