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Effective Practices for Attracting, Hiring, and Retaining Employees With Disabilities


IDEA Group
Wednesday, Oct. 25
2–3 p.m. Eastern time

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Who Should Attend

Staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry owners, principals, chief executive officers, chief diversity officers, and presidents; team managers and leaders; industry professionals


Have you struggled to fill vacancies in this job market? Are you attracting and retaining the most qualified and talented employees for your clients? If you are not targeting qualified talent with disabilities, you are missing out. People with disabilities comprise a large, untapped talent pool and provide many direct benefits to employers.

In recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, the ASA inclusion, diversity, and equity advocacy group invites you to an interactive video workshop where participants will learn common barriers to inclusion and discover practical solutions for developing a welcoming and supportive workplace culture for people with disabilities.

Attendees will learn

  • How to develop an organization-specific business case for creating and sustaining a disability-inclusive workplace
  • The key elements of employer (internal and external) messaging to sustainably attract people with disabilities
  • Next steps for hiring and retaining employees with disabilities
  • Available disability-employment tools and resources to support their company, clients, and candidates


Steven Nissen, senior policy advisor, U.S. Department of Labor—Office of Disability Employment Policy
Andy Traub, president and founder, Traub & Associates Consulting LLC

This networking call qualifies for 1.0 hour of CE toward maintaining your ASA credential

This webinar qualifies for 1.0 hour of CE toward maintaining your ASA credential.

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