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Career services and university recruiting professionals need to plan to meet the needs of students with autism spectrum disorder.
counseling, diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, spotlight
A final rule from the EEOC requires federal agencies to take steps to increase the number of employees with disabilities in their work forces.
diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, spotlight
A major element helping TD reach its diversity recruiting goals is the variety of events and outreach offered through its TD Early Access program.
diversity and inclusion, spotlight, special populations
When creating a culture of diversity and inclusion in career services, Shelagh Saenz of the University of Michigan School of Public Health recommends taking small actionable steps to build momentum, increase your center’s reputation, and gain allies.
There are many benefits associated with developing a diverse work force, but in order to do so, employers must stress what students want—such as commonality and inclusion—and avoid making assumptions that slow or derail efforts.
recruiting methods, diversity and inclusion, spotlight
Diversity recruiting continues to be a core element of overall college recruiting programs, as 70.9 percent of employers responding to NACE’s 2015 Recruiting Benchmarks Survey report having a formal diversity recruiting program.
diversity and inclusion, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight
When should a student “come out?” Career services professionals should be aware of the issues and risks LGBTQ students face, including when these students are considering the decision to come out during the job-search process.
counseling, diversity and inclusion, LGBTQ, journal
With focus and effort, Walgreen’s was able to surpass the new federal regulations that encourage federal contractors to achieve a goal of 7 percent representation of employees with disabilities.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, journal
Equal employment opportunity and nondiscrimination are an important part of the recruiting and hiring process. Career services practitioners and university relations and recruiting professionals should be aware of recent legislative changes to established laws.
recruiting methods, diversity and inclusion, journal
Changes to Section 503 will encourage employers to be more inclusive and increase the hiring of people with disabilities. Career services should know how these changes will affect their students during the job-search process in order to advise them effectively.
legal issues, diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, journal