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Employer Relations
Employers of people with disabilities do not hire their employees because of their disability.  Rather, they are hired because of their abilities.  They know that it is just a good business practice.  One reason for this recognition is that the disability employment program providing the assistance may have established a special relationship between the employer and the employee.  More than likely the agency program has promoted the idea of hiring an employee with a disability and has defined ways that will help the employer in their business.

The relationships built within the disability employment program may support the company to facilitate the interviewing, hiring and job training processes.  Job coaching by a professional disability employment training specialist can help an employee learn the tasks quickly while assisting the employer with the training responsibilities.  Providing disability employer and employee information related to Americans with Disabilities Act, performing a job task analysis or offering employee training could prove to be invaluable to the relationship with prospective employers.

Successful organizations whose focus is on the importance of building a strong relationship with the business community often use our resources to accomplish their goals.  Program Development Associates Employer Relations Store has disability employment video resources and information, for employers, employees and agencies to help forge strong and lasting employment relationships.

Poignantly demonstrates how a human service manager prevents an overwhelmed case manager from delivering poor customer service.

Information for professionals that demonstrates many of the key points while using scenarios to cover the six most common disorders.

Shows common examples of how to recognize and respond to requests for job accommodations in familiar job settings.

Gives practical, step-by-step guidelines for complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Practical strategies for shifting your helping approaches to ones that empower participants to partner with you.

Features two scenarios that help dispel misconceptions about employees and job candidates with disabilities.

Use this new training program in any business or organization to teach staff how to interact and relate to people with disabilities.

Business owners discuss the financial benefits of providing physical and program access to people with disabilities.

Students learn about federal withholding, how it's calculated, and how it affects their take-home pay; as well as how FICA dedcutions are taken, ways that pay is calculated and much more.

Features real life workers with developmental disabilities along with their employers.

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