Disability Employment: Work Information for Persons with Disabilities Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2021-10-11
Although some of these documents from our Disability Employment category may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted below by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created.
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List of Disability Employment Publications:
ESA looking to recruit first disabled parastronaut for possible space missions to the International Space Station (ISS), The Moon and Mars.
The Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program helps employers create quality summer job opportunities and provide valuable work experience for youth aged 15 to 30.
Report Disabilities and Inclusion has uncovered that employees with disabilities make up an enormous talent pool that employers overlook far too often.
Project Discovery is a hands-on career education curriculum with systematic instruction and video modeling.
Disability Discovery Project and Magnet online employment matching platform connects people with disabilities to employers.
For many young people with disabilities the dream of being a doctor may die when admission standards of most medical schools are checked.
Employers less willing to hire someone who had lost weight through surgery rather than through a change in lifestyle and behavior.
Among workers with high school degree or equivalent, those with disabilities earned on average less than their peers.
Exceptional Minds prepares young men and women living with autism for meaningful careers in digital animation, post-production, visual effects and multimedia.
BMO Financial Group study found four in 10 (39 per cent) of Canadian small business owners indicated they had hired someone with a disability.
Article by SourceAmerica on employment assistance for people with disabilities. Topics include education, leveraging existing resources, and current public policy.
Information relating to wellness programs in the workplace including weight management, health education, on-site fitness and other programs.
New data report shows employment ratio decreased from 27% in August 2012 to 26.4% in August 2013 for working age people with disabilities.
Reclassification by the AMA affect employment practices by making it easier for employees to claim they suffer from disabilities and make it harder for employers to oppose claims for impairment.
Clear divides between employer and employee perceptions around likelihood and impact of income threatening disability.
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is committed to increasing representation of qualified persons with disabilities in every level of its workforce.
NOD is challenging Fortune 500 CEOs to consider employing more people with disabilities in 2013.
NCCDD has unveiled a new program to help develop the leaders of the future for North Carolina organizations that work to serve people with disabilities.
NASA Office of Education agreement with District of Columbia Public Schools to foster science technology engineering and educational opportunities for high school students with disabilities.
Aviation Access Certification Program is designed to raise quality and standardize service by airline wheelchair service employees nationwide.
Article examines finding employment in today's society when living with a disability or health condition.
Quitting or losing your day job may offer you an opportunity to convert your talent into a paying profession.
People with disabilities experienced an unemployment rate nearly 74 percent higher than the rate for people with no disability.
Nations that signed the Covenant agreed to achieve the full realization of peoples right to work through inclusion of a number of efforts.
When underlying juries are not work related workers compensation benefits may be available to employees whose duties cause an already existent condition to worsen and be disabling.
Examines veterans with service connected injuries or disabilities and questions related to employers Americans with Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodations, and the processes involved.
Unemployment among Canadians with disabilities is disproportionate to general population and to a degree attributable to hiring bias that should be eliminated from Canadian corporations.
Encouraging public and private sectors to hire applicants with disabilities and benefit from the unique talents they bring to the workplace.
Examines employment and work issues for persons with a disability including benefits of hiring people with disabilities and related information.
New report shows the ideal scenario for children was where both parents lived in the home and both were in paid employment.
Employment Options for Job Seekers with Disabilities and Other Challenges engages readers similar to working with a job placement specialist.
The Family and Medical Leave Act is a federal law that permits employees to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave.
The Conference Board announces formation of a new Research Working Group, Improving Employment Outcomes for Employees with Disabilities.
Your Disability and Your Job will inform the public as to how specific disabling conditions prevent or allow people with disabilities from performing certain job activities.
Dyscalculia is a neurological condition which impairs peoples ability to use and process numbers.
Vast majority of workers comp claims are filed by honest hard-working people who sustained legitimate on-the-job injuries.
March 9 opening of Silverlining resale boutique adjacent to its Culver City Campus.
When workers are injured on the job it is important for workers to follow certain procedures to ensure access to workers compensation benefits.
If you experience a serious injury on the job you may be entitled to benefits under workers compensation law or medical insurance.
Federal laws seek to empower those who wish to work and prevent employers from discriminating against individuals with disabilities.
Older Americans are more likely than any other age group to remain out of work for a long time.
As Baby Boomers begin to turn 65 Americans believe they should be encouraged to work past normal retirement age.
Courage Center clients participated in Disability Mentoring Day prior to the day they had reviewed a job description for the job shadowing role they would be observing.
Complexity and Confusion Cause Americans to Leave Big Retirement Money at Past Jobs.
Statistically individuals with disabilities maintain a much larger unemployment rate than those without a disability.
Advice to parents in creating mental toughness for their college students in order to increase employability.
The cost of obesity among U.S. full-time employees is estimated to be $73.1 billion.
Urging employers to consider the unique talents perspectives and contributions that people with disabilities bring to the workplace.
Federal programs to assist the unemployed are failing job seekers with disabilities.
Federal tax issues arise when an employee either receives money from a settlement or severance pay upon leaving a job.
To make it safely back to work on Monday a new program is introducing workers to the importance of off-the-job safety.
Workers compensation benefits are available for repetitive stress injuries that develop over time.
The majority of people with disabilities are finding it harder today to find employment.
SEARCH school-to-work program for developmentally disabled high school students transitioning from school to workplace.
US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforcement of federal laws makes it illegal to discriminate against job applicants and employees.
Provides information regarding employment of persons with disabilities including facts and resources for employers.
Employment services to people with disabilities and low-income populations in the MetroWest area.
Job prospects for Ontarians living with a disability are taking another step forward today.
People with disabilities develop skills needed to make transition to the labor market thanks to support from the Government of Canada.
The APSE is a national non-profit membership organization that was founded under the name Association for Persons in Supported Employment.
Survey shows wide acceptance for capabilities of people blind, severely disabled, despite 60 percent unemployed.
Assisting persons with disabilities in maintaining employment while advancing their careers.
Critical employers consider to help employees understand threat of disability.
Disability Employment Awareness Month heightens awareness while recognizing contributions of Americans with disabilities to our workforce and society.
Employment opportunities for people who are blind or severely disabled An article about NISH and the AbilityOne program.
Website offers employment options for persons with disabilities, as well as opportunities for employers to connect with skilled workers.
New survey says supervisors and managers are poorly equipped to deal with employee disability absenteeism and productivity issues.
Workplaces are reporting soaring 2009 stress casualties exactly as boiled over from the recessions of 1982 and 1992.
85 per cent of Canadians carry a debt load of $25K or less just over half of self-employed workers claimed their debt was in this bottom category.
The main reason for depression is job dissatisfaction many people today are experiencing unhappiness in their work.
Age discrimination and employment related issues are gaining more and more prominence in recent times due to a number of regulations and enactments which prohibit any kind of unlawful discrimination.
Information on applying for government jobs that offer better job stability and benefits than many comparable jobs in the private sector.
Living and Working with Disability gives a brief overview of disability and of the challenges a person may go through on a day-to-day basis.
Claims of suffering a detriment or dismissal on account of making a protected disclosure under the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998.
There are many negative attitudes when it comes employing people with disabilities in todays work place.
When somebody has a disability, they are often considered to be less able to work than the average person.
Working for an employer that does not consider your welfare as a human being can outweigh the financial advantages.
Australia has a range of legislation that addresses employment discrimination on the basis of disability.
Resources that will be of assistance to people with disabilities looking for employment.
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