During this workshop, we will explore connections between disability inclusiveness and organizational effectiveness or competitive advantage. How are current workplace, business and disability trends creating new imperatives for talent management? Using both presentation and interactive formats, this webinar will both consider these trends and engage participants in active discussions of emerging dilemmas around disability inclusiveness in the workplace. Included in the session, will be a consideration of how to retain talent through accommodation, workforce trends that impact retention, and issues related to supervising people with disabilities in the work place.
This webinar is FREE of charge.
You are a recipient of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), and you want to know what will happen to your SSDI benefit if you work. After this session, you will know the basics of work incentives for SSDI recipients.
This webinar will cover the following topics on the SSDI work incentives:
Despite the passing of the ADA in 1990 and ADAAA in 2008, qualified jobseekers with disabilities continue to face significant barriers in getting permanent, viable jobs. While some of these barriers are directly related to having a disability, others are not and have to do more with subtle but distinct characteristics and changes in the labor market, business, and the organizational climate. Some of these trends could be good news for jobseekers with disabilities, while others may not be. The purpose of this webinar is to get beyond just basic information about legal rights and obligations under the ADA and to move toward enabling participants to expand their knowledge of the existing climate and create strategies to enhance their job seeking effectiveness. This webinar is ideal for job seekers with disabilities, employment service providers, vocational rehabilitation professionals, HR professionals, and employers.
This webinar is FREE of charge. Register Here
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