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As we mark the 28th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, we must move forward together to ensure all Americans succeed in the workforce.
The Workforce Recruitment Program serves as a pipeline to connect employers and qualified employees.
On World AIDS Day, we recognize employment is an important piece of the puzzle. People with HIV/AIDS can and want to work, and research shows the benefits of doing so — to individuals, families, and our nation at large.
Apprenticeship helps people of all abilities earn and learn. Derek Schwartz is just one example.
Reflecting on the anniversary of the ADA, Secretary Acosta affirms the Department's commitment to ensuring more Americans with disabilities experience the independence, pride, and community that come with having a job.
Understanding mental wellness, both in the workplace and in everyday life, can help everyone achieve a healthy balance.
The long-term success of talent acquisition requires not just hiring, but keeping, the best employees.
Past and present day, there are countless examples of deaf or hard-of-hearing individuals who have made indelible marks on history and within their professions.
Editor's Note: This has been cross-posted from the Washington Post online. You can view the original here.
In January 1987, I sat down at a word processor in my small office at the National Council on Disability and began writing the first draft of a bill.
Not long ago, my colleagues and I received a call from a manufacturing employer facing a workplace challenge. One of his employees − a manager with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder − was having performance problems on the job. He was a valued member of the team; however he often missed common errors as he rushed to submit his reports on time.