Date recorded: August 20, 2020
Webcast and Additional Resources
Many employers and recruiters recognize the advantages of hiring people with disabilities and creating an inclusive work culture, but aren’t familiar with how the recruiting, hiring, and inclusion process may vary from what they’re familiar with. This webinar provides employers and recruiters with key information to create a disability-inclusive work culture, including:
- Key disability employment terms
- How to support an integrated work culture
- Strategies for marketing and recruitment
- Recommendations for interviews
- Tips for disability-specific etiquette
This webcast includes four brief pre-recorded webinars followed by an opportunity to ask questions and share your experiences with and approach to creating a disability-inclusive work culture.
Key Disability Employment Terms – Frequent Phrases Employers Should Know
This is a live rebroadcast of a VCU webinar aired on July 21, 2020
Working with Employment Specialists to Create A More Integrated Work Environment
This is a live rebroadcast of a VCU webinar aired on June 14, 2020
How Recruiters Can Include Individuals with Disabilities
This is a live rebroadcast of a VCU webinar aired on November 20, 2019.
The Importance of Disability-Specific Etiquette Awareness
This is a live rebroadcast of a VCU webinar aired on July 24, 2020.
Q & A: Creating a Disability-Inclusive Work Culture
Vicki Brooke, M. Ed
Director of Training for VCU ACE, Director of Business Connections, and Director of RRTC on Employer Practices for Individuals with Disabilities
The original webcasts were funded under a grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR grant number #90DP0085) to Virginia Commonwealth University. NIDILRR is a Center within the Administration for Community Living (ACL), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).