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CCRSCenter Jan 17
RT : We worked with youth leaders on the brief "By Youth, For Youth Employment" which offers ideas and tools to guide employment decisions
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D.J. Cunningham Dec 3
RT "It’s been proven that companies employing people with disabilities reduce costs associated with turnover, training and safety. Read the top 10 ways to access the disability advantage. "
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FBI Dec 7
To celebrate Nat'l Disability Employment Awareness Month, FBI was honored to welcome Keith Nolan to speak to employees about his efforts to allow deaf & hearing impaired Americans to join the military. Deputy Director Bowdich praised Mr. Nolan's passion for public service.
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Ramachandran Dec 7
Inclusive as Usual (not business as usual) is a humanized & builds collaborative advantage. It enables both individuals & groups grow every moment. Frugal & no frills endeavor. Goodbye 2 executive retreats & corporate artwork
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Ramachandran Dec 13
Big shoutout to store# 06614 in Bothell. PSTB (problem solving & team bldg) spirit + camaraderie. A store associate compliments the Manager 4 nurturing inclusive & culture (walk the talk).
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Andy Imparato Dec 17
Replying to @ComcastNewsmkrs
Grateful to for the opportunity to discuss disability employment, subminimum wage, and civil rights during (National Disability Employment Awareness Month)
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Centerforce of Lakewood Dec 19
Thank you to for hosting our Dine Out for Disabilities event in October! We are grateful for the support to our mission of working with adults with developmental disabilities at Centerforce!
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Geek Club Books Dec 23
"There should not be any labels in the hiring process. A workplace thrives when there is a variation of human beings, or neurodiversity.” @autismadvantage -
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Geek Club Books Dec 9
Experts Encourage Companies to Be More Neurodiverse @autismadvantage -
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ReAnna Smith Dec 3
. hosts motivational speaker in support of National Disability Employment Awareness Month as she talks about the importance of diversity, fearlessness and perseverance in the workplace.
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Ramachandran Dec 15
When a job coach works w/ an individual w/ special needs it is refreshing to see her/his commitment & perseverance to get
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OPWDD Dec 31
If you’re a New York business, why not make it your resolution to take the EmployAbility Pledge and demonstrate that your business or organization is committed to the spirit of inclusivity It’s quick and easy
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Alonso Dec 7
For us, diversity is as valued today as it was then.
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CCRSCenter Dec 18
RT : One of my favorite resources are the Work Early, Work Often videos by the . Check out:
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J.Lodge Dec 11
Our very own Christy Wilson was interviewed by after J.Lodge won the Alabama Large Business Employer of the Year Award. (The segment begins at 11:25)
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Cognosante Dec 10
J.Lodge Wins Alabama Large Business Employer of the Year Award:
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Geek Club Books Dec 24
Business experts, autistic individuals, corporations, and organizations like Gatepath are breaking down the workplace barriers. @autismadvantage -
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abilityJOBS Jan 9
Companies looking to hire disABLED Research Administrator I - Texas Tech University - Lubbock, TX
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Becky Curran Dec 10
Now available! Watch Getting Hired’s webinar with Disability:IN to learn how you can improve your score in 2019:
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Sirk Productions Dec 4
Was an honor to work with and on the video with Sharon Cooper. Congratulations!
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