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Compton Career Svcs Jun 19
Are you a business owner in need of help? As an employer partner with CACSS, you are directly responsible for improving the employment opportunities of adults with disabilities. We have participants that are ready to work!
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Compton Career Svcs Mar 20
Today is Hard Workin' Wednesday! Here is Mr. Smith who has made excellent progress in his role as a cook for a local day care center. He is showing off his new masterpiece, homemade chicken salad.
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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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Alonso Dec 7
For us, diversity is as valued today as it was then.
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Compton Career Svcs Mar 13
It's Hard Workin' Wednesday! Meet Rudy, he works hard everyday helping out with organizing everything in the office!
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abilityJOBS Apr 16
Companies looking to hire disABLED Lawyer Recruiting and Development Coordinator - Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP - Los Angeles, CA
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abilityJOBS Apr 17
Companies looking to hire disABLED Seasonal Grader Shift 2 - Conagra Brands - Waseca, MN
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Ryan Aldrich May 8
Will be holding its third annual conference, “Employment First in Action!“ on 10/3/2019 on Yale’s West Campus. Stay tuned for further details, and save the date! cc:
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doug mcclaine Apr 15
Back in October the received an award from for our work with Life Son Inc. Happy to host our friends tonight for an evening of recognition.
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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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abilityJOBS Apr 17
Companies looking to hire disABLED IT Support Senior Technician - Texas Tech University - Lubbock, TX
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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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Ramachandran Jan 24
Replying to @poall
(3/3) style of is a performative conversation w/ a overwhelming bias for inclusive . Departing from rhetoric this is non- (trivia)\quote{Leadership} (i.e., non-SQL) Cc
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Center4Disabilities May 21
This year's National Disability Employment Awareness Month () event will be held Oct. 16 at the Best Western Ramkota & Exhibit Hall in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Stay tuned for more details. Registration will open in June. See link to get a reminder:
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Cognosante Dec 10
J.Lodge Wins Alabama Large Business Employer of the Year Award:
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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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terri j Feb 18
. 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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Disability:IN May 16
Yes, there are many events throughout the year that bring awareness to the forefront, Global Accessibility Awareness Day () in May and National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month () in October come immediately to mind.
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/ˈambər/ Mar 8
Your hiring process still presents a danger to the public because no one on your team has removed the ableist slur "crazy" from the Nick Loud House website, which is a slur that discriminates against people living with disabilities.
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Concepts, Inc. Feb 21
Replying to @ePolicyWorks
A11: Also, don’t forget to celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month () in October. Last year’s theme was America’s Workforce: .
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