Inclusive Workplaces for People with Disabilities
Disability Solutions collaborates with employers to help them attract, hire and engage top talent from the disability community.
What We Do:
Identify and engage local and national partners
Attract qualified candidates for all of your talent needs
Create a workforce reflective of your customers
Enhance your talent and customer brand
Improve hiring and retention metrics
Track and measure activities for compliance reporting
New Careers Started
Community Based Partners
We work with you every step of the way...
As your consultative recruiting and engagement strategists for the disability community,
Disability Solutions fits your inclusion needs to your budget.
Discovery and Playbook
Explores your company's current inclusion efforts and proposes strategic activities with actionable recommendations and implementation options, and the projected ROI.
Evaluates and reports on your company's career center communications from the perspective of a potential employee with disabilities.
Disability Solutions Career Center
Global career center with targeted outreach to qualified individuals and veterans with disabilities with indexing, tracking and posting services.
Local and National Outreach Development
Bridges the gap between your company's needs and local and national organizations, building your talent pipeline.
Training and Development
Prepare your workplace leaders, hiring managers, and employees to integrate and value people with disabilities through onsite and web-based inclusion training.
We multiply the power of your recruiting teams by managing the ongoing sourcing and recruiting of candidates through targeted outreach in the disability and veteran communities.
Full-scale support of OFCCP Section 503 and 4212 compliance audits for federal contractors with documentation of your efforts and wins.
Data and Documentation
Document and measure outreach to the disability community, track candidate flow, and report on hiring outcomes.
87% of the public would rather do business with companies that hire people with disabilities.
Source: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation