As a company providing services to individuals and veterans with disabilities, it's well known that people with disabilities are underemployed, with the unemployment rate for this segment of the population at 8.4% vs. 3.7%. As a result, it can be difficult to find the right job.
You’ve probably also noticed a change in how some employers respond to efforts from Employment Consultants, etc, when assisting people with disabilities during their job search. Many companies are now actively recruiting candidates with disabilities - a complete 180 shift from just a few short years ago.
Although this development is exciting, these changes can lead to difficult and uncomfortable interactions between the two entities (employer and provider), causing one or both to be frustrated, ultimately undermining the shared goal.
This webinar will review the paradigm shift while covering the following topics:
- Corporate Recruiting
- Common Barriers and How to Avoid Them
- Best Practices When Working with Large Companies