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While the percentage of employers with a formal diversity recruiting effort has fluctuated since 2008, that percentage dropped significantly this year.
diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, candidate selection, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
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
During the NACE 60th Anniversary Innovation Challenge, a team that addressed the challenges of engaging, providing information to, and recruiting students with disabilities mapped out a series of events that would help overcome the lack of communication and information about disability services.
technology, students with disabilities, spotlight
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.
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
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
Even after 20 years of antidiscrimination laws and the low cost of reasonable accommodations, in the United States, qualified applicants with disabilities have lower rates of employment than the general population. This discrimination exists throughout all levels of income and education.
counseling, coaching, students with disabilities, interviewing, journal
In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of college and university students disclosing a diagnosis of Asperger's syndrome. Several assumptions have been made as to why there is an increase, most of which revolve around greater access to resources, improved diagnostics, and an overall higher prevalence of Asperger's in the general population.
best practices, counseling, students with disabilities, journal