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What Can You Do? Campaign for Disability Employment

What Can You Do? Campaign for Disability Employment [link]

CDE is a collaborative effort among several disability and business organizations that is working to change attitudes about disability and employment. The website includes public service announcement web and print ads, videos, posters, and more about the value of people with disabilities as employees; resources for employers and job seekers; and more.

More: Webpage for individuals with disabilities on how to find jobs.

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Your Next Star Campaign (Massachusetts Down syndrome Congress)

Your Next Star Campaign for employers (Massachusetts Down syndrome Congress) [link]

Wonderful website featuring strategies for hiring people with Down syndrome and other intellectual disabilities, success stories of employment, resources, frequently asked questions, and a blog about topical concerns and interesting employment news.

“Your Next Star” webpage for people with disabilities.

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Workplace Initiative

Workplace Initiative [link]

“The Workplace Initiative helps companies recruit, hire, and retain the largest untapped labor pool in the country – people with disabilities. This site offers all the tools and resources your organization needs to embark on its inclusion journey. We’ll arm you with facts and case studies to show how disability inclusion drives business value. And our do-it-yourself guide will take you from ‘how’ to ‘hired’ in seven clear steps.” (Workplace Initiative)

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Hire Gauge: Think Beyond the Label

Hire Gauge [link]

Author(s): Think Beyond the Label
“The Hire Gauge tool helps employers to estimate the return on investment of hiring people with disabilities based on Federal credits, deductions, and rebates. It also provides information detailing how hiring people with disabilities can impact the culture of a workplace.” (TennesseeWorks)

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Building an Inclusive Workforce: A Four-Step Reference Guide to Recruiting, Hiring, and Retaining Employees with Disabilities

Building an Inclusive Workforce: A Four-Step Reference Guide to Recruiting, Hiring, and Retaining Employees with Disabilities [link]

Author(s): U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy
This guide helps employers recruit, hire, and retain employees with disabilities and includes examples of inclusive workplaces and links to different resources. Free

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Work Early, Work Often video series

Work Early, Work Often video series [link]

Highlights the importance of work and work-based experiences, particularly for young adults with disabilities.

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Kentucky Employment Files Video Series

Kentucky Employment Files Video Series [link]

The Kentucky Employment files are developed and produced through a partnership with the Council on Developmental Disabilities and the Human Development Institute, University of Kentucky.