Employer marketing and services
These strategies used by One-Stops to make services known to the business community.
Businesses Can "Do Good" and "Do Well" Through Tax Breaks Offered To Companies That Hire People With Disabilities
Secretary of Labor Elaine L. Chao and her Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) today reminded businesses that they can "do well" and "do good" by taking advantage of tax breaks offered to companies that hire people with disabilities.
Guidelines for interviewing for One-Stop staff, to share with employers
A summary of tax credits and financial incentives that are available to employers who hire individuals with disabilities
A summary of research whose findings may surprise you
An overview of what employers can and cannot ask job applicants
Describes the process of identifying negotiation points that address both the job seeker's and employer's needs.
This tool explores job creation as a way to modify or restructure existing jobs to fill the work needs of an employer while capitalizing on the skills and strengths of workers with significant disabilities.
A factsheet from the T-TAP project and the Office of Disability Employment Policy at the U.S. Department of Labor answers frequently asked questions about customized employment. Areas covered include determining job seekers' and employers' needs and neg
Here are some guidelines One-Stop staff should consider when representing job seekers with disabilities to employers.