Job site assessments of your business is an important part of understanding your needs. We examine the job to make sure it can be done to your standards. Situational assessments also help determine if the potential employee can perform the necessary functions of the job.
We maintain contact with you and the employee throughout the training process to ensure that your needs are being met.
Our qualified staff is available to educate you and your employees about disabilities, People First lanquage, and disability etiquette.
Let us help you connect to the resources you need and network with other businesses to create a culture where everyone can reach their full potential!
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State agencies that link employers to job candidates with disabilities in their local areas.
Free consultation and technical assistance for employers seeking to recruit and hire qualified individuals with disabilities.
Call 1-855-AskEARN (275-3276) (Voice/TTY)
Program that connects employers with pre-screened, highly motivated college students and recent graduates with disabilities seeking internships or permanent employment.
Free, expert and convidential guidance on how to ensure recruitment and interviewing processes, incuding online application systems, are accessible to people with disabilities.
Call 1-800-526-7234 (Voice);
or 1-877-781-9403 (TTY)
Step-by-step guidance on how to proactively include transitioning veterans, including wounded warriors, in recruitment and hiring initiatives.
Nationwide network of centers that can help businesses find qualified workers, including workers with disabilities.
... with disabilities can be an asset to your company - Here is what you need to recruit and retain them
The Workforce Diversity Network of the Black Hills has been chosen to be the Brand Ambassador for the Rocky Mountain ADA.