Judith Young

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Judith Young

Associate Director of Training and Development
Employment & Disability Institute

Overview

25 years of experience providing training and consultation for the business community on issues related to the employment and inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace and marketplace.

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Judith Young, Ellice Switzer. 2013. The new Section 503 and VEVRAA regulations: Mandates and advantages, Ability. 58-59.
  • Judith Young, James Rodriguez, Timothy Carson. 2013. Talent from the trenches: US veterans bring home valuable employment skills, Insight Into Diversity. 81 & 82(September/October 2013):22- 25.
  • Judith Young, Ellice Switzer . 2013. Create accountability for diversity intitaives , Ability. (June/July 2013):42-43.
  • Judith Young. 2013. The Emerging Workplace: Veterans, Mature Workers, and Individuals with Disabilities, CUPA-HR.
  • Judith Young, Kathleen A. Lee. 2012. Understanding Accommodations: Easier Than You Might Think, Professional Employer Organization Insider.
  • Judith Young, Susan W Brecher. 2012. Increase in Disability Cases Means HR Must Focus on Accommodations, Job Descriptions, Bloomberg BNA Human Resources report. 30(37):1013-1014.
  • Judith Young, Susan W Brecher. 2012. ADAAA: Think Outside the Silo, @work, Journal of the Disability Management and Employer Coalition. 4(2):8 - 12.

Book Chapters

  • Wendy Strobel, Hannah H Rudstam, Judith Young. 2014. Job Development: Elements of Professional Practice. in Career Development, Employment and Disability: From Theory to Practice. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company, 2014. D. Strauser. (Published)(Book Chapter)

Professional Activities

  • WRP: Utilizing the New Job Portal for Recruiting Summer Interns and Employees with Disabilities. Presented to Direct Employers Association. Arlington, VA. 2014.
  • Disability Research, Training, and Dissemination Innovations Using Online Technologies and Social Media. Presented to same as above. Manhattan Beach, CA. 2014.
  • Disability Research, Training, and Dissemination Innovations Using Online Technologies and Social Media. Presented to same as above. Manhattan Beach, CA. 2014.
  • In-Depth Discussion of 503 Rules Related to Data Collection, Auditing, and Definition of Disability. Presented to US Business Leadership network. Webinar/office. 2013.
  • Turning compliance into business advantage. Presented to same as above. Las Vegas, NV. 2013.
  • Organize, Energize, Maximize: Strategies for sourcing, hiring, and accommodating applicants with disabilties. Presented to University of West Florida. Pensacola,FL. 2013.
  • Creating connections for a diverse and talented workforce. Presented to The ADA Network. Albuquerque, NM. 2013.
  • The new faces of disability: Veterans, aging workers and people with disability. Presented to same as above. Los Angeles, CA. 2013.
  • The new faces of disability: Veterans, aging workers and people with disability. Presented to same as above. Los Angeles, CA. 2013.
  • Disability A to Z: Recruiting, hiring and accommodating, and advancing employees with disabilities. Presented to City of Augusta, GA. Augusta, GA. 2013.
  • The new faces of disability: Veterans, aging workers, and people with disabilities. Presented to same as above. Aneheim, CA. 2013.
  • The new faces of disability: Veterans, aging workers, and people with disabilities. Presented to same as above. Aneheim, CA. 2013.
  • An ounce of prevention is a pound of cure: The ADA/FMLA/Workers Compensation overlap. Presented to same as above. Atlanta, GA. 2013.
  • Turning Affirmative Action into business advantage: The business case for hiring veterans and persons with disabilities. Presented to Same as above. San Antonio, TX. 2013.
  • Turning Affirmative Action into business advantage: The business case for hiring veterans and persons with disabilities. Presented to Same as above. San Antonio, TX. 2013.
  • The magis Formula: Establishing mentoring opportunities for students and graduates with disabilities. Presented to Same as above. Manhattan Beach, CA. 2013.
  • The new faces of diversity: veterans, aging workers, and people with disabilities. Presented to University of St. Thomas, Opus School of Business. Minneapolis, MN. 2013.
  • The ADA: A civil rights movement protecting the rights of workers with disabilities.. Presented to ILR Extension. New York City. 2013.
  • Organize, Energize, Maximize Creative Strategies for Hiring People with Disabilities. Presented to FINRA. NYC. 2013.
  • People with DisabilitiesAwareness, Etiquette, Prevalence. Presented to FINRA. NYC. 2013.
  • ADA at Your Hotel and In Your Workforce. Presented to AHLA. NYC. 2012.
  • Understanding and Marketing Candidates with Disabilities to Employers. Presented to california Workforce and Development Agency. Los Angeles, CA. 2012.
  • Disability is Diversity. Presented to Microsoft. Redmond, WA. 2012.
  • Longevity Challenges and Opportunities:Aging and Working Well with a Disabilities. Albuquerque, NM. 2012.
  • How to Access Interns and College Graduates with Disabilities. Presented to US Business Leadership Network. Loisville, KY. 2012.
  • Changing Workforce Demographics:Resources to Meet the Needs of Older Workers and Military Veterans with Disabilities. Presented to Colleges and Universities Personnel Administrators (CUPA). Boston, MA. 2012.
  • Turning Compliance Into Business Advantage. Presented to National Industry Liaison Group . Hawaii. 2012.
  • making Good on Your Good face Effort. Presented to National Industry Liaison Group. Hawaii. 2012.
  • The Interplay of ADA and FMLA. Presented to Employment and Disability Institute (EDI). Online. 2012.
  • Accessing an Untapped Hiring Pool:Strategies for Hiring Persons with Disabilities. Presented to General Electric. Albany, NY. 2012.
  • CREATING AN INCLUSIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR EMPLOYEES WITH DISABILITIES. Presented to Service Employees International Union. NYC. 2012.
  • Navigating the Interplay of ADA and FMLA: medical Leaves and the Interactive Process. Presented to Society of Human Resource Management. Atlanta, GA. 2012.
  • The Aging Workforce: Challenges and Opportunities. Presented to FEB. Albuquerque, NM. 2012.
  • Maximizing Divesity and Talent Acquisition. Presented to National Association of Colleges and Employers NACE. Las Vegas, NV. 2012.
  • Strategies for Implementing Return to Work Practices. Presented to World bank. Washington, DC. 2012.
  • The Interplay between ADAAA and FMLA: Legal and Practical Implications. Presented to Disability Management and Employer Coalition. Minneapolis, MN. 2012.
  • Partnering for Placement: What Providers Need to Know to Meet Employer Expectations. Presented to NCRE. San Francisco. 2012.
  • BECOMING A MODEL EMPLOYER FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES. Presented to Department of the Interior . Hadley, MA. 2012.
  • The Interplay Between ADAAA and FMLA. Presented to Society of Human Resource Management. Las Vegas, NV. 2011.
  • Trend Watch: Making Sense of Workforce and Workplace Trends that Impact People with Disabilities. Presented to Association of Persons in Supported Employment. Seattle, WA. 2011.
  • The Portrayal of People with Disabilities in the Media. Presented to United Nation. New York City. 2011.
  • Disability Inclusion: A Competitive Advantage. Presented to Microsoft Corp.. Redmond, WA. 2011.
  • Improving Employment Outcomes for Persons with Disabilities: What Employers Can Tell Us. Presented to National Association for Rehabilitation Research and Training. Bethesda, MD. 2011.
  • Partnering for Placement: What Providers need to Know to Meet Employer Expectations. Presented to National Council on Rehabilitation Education. Manhattan Beach, CA. 2011.
  • Workers with Disabilities: An Untapped Labor Source. Presented to Blue Green Alliance. Washington, DC. 2011.
  • Interviewing Applicants with Disabilities. Presented to Kirtland Air Force Base. Albuquerque, NM. 2011.
  • Heroes at Work: Veterans with Disabilities in the Workplace. Presented to DBTAC/NIDRR. Webinar. 2010.
  • Hiring American Heroes. Presented to Northeast DBTAC. Online. 2010.
  • Disability Is Diversity. Presented to Microsoft. Redmond, WA. 2010.
  • Disability Etiquette. Presented to Department of Homeland Security . Rosedale, NY. 2010.
  • Sourcing and Recruiting Employees with Disabilities. Presented to US Coast Guard. Portsmouth, VA. 2010.
  • Disability Is Diversity:The Many Faces of Talent in the Microsoft Workplace. Presented to Microsoft. Seattle, WA. 2010.
  • Disability Is Diversity. Presented to Microsoft. Redmond, WA. 2010.
  • Enhancing Employment through Collaboration. Presented to USBLN. Chicago, IL. 2010.
  • Utilizing the National TA Center to Support the Integration of Veterans with Disabilities. Presented to BAE Systems . Washington, DC. 2010.
  • The New Face of Disability: Injured Returning Service Members. Presented to The Conference Board. Chicago, IL. 2010.
  • Sourcing and Recruiting Candidates with Disabilities. Presented to U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Silver Spring, MD. 2010.
  • Recruiting and Hiring Job Seekers with Disabilities. Presented to Veterans Administration. New Orleans, LA. 2009.
  • The Americans with Disabilities and the ADA Amendments Act . Presented to ILR NYC. Putney, Twombly, Hall & Hirson LLP, NYC. 2009.
  • Recruiting and Hiring Job Seekers with Disabilities. Presented to Veterans Administration. New Orleans, LA. 2009.

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