5 Impactful Actions that Honor Autism Awareness Month

The Autistic Community defines Autism from a perspective of neurodiversity. Like the Deaf Community believes that Deafness is not something that needs cured, the Autistic Community believes that Autism is

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Something Great and Life Changing Will Happen

This week we wanted to take a moment to share an interview with an employee we are so proud of, Christopher, or as we know him, CJ. CJ graduated with

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Maintaining Employment when Experiencing Long-COVID

It is estimated that millions of people will be joining the disability community due to experiencing PASC (Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection), more widely known as post-COVID or long COVID.

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The Forgotten Consumer: People with Disabilities

We talk regularly about people with disabilities as an untapped labor pool, representing more than 10 million people in the United States, but people with disabilities also represent the third

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Mental Health Disability Disclosure at Work: A Candid Discussion of Why We Don’t Disclose Part 2

Last month, we began the discussion of why employees living with mental health disabilities aren’t comfortable disclosing their disability. This month, I want to continue this candid discussion by addressing

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Breaking the Cipher: The Application Code

When looking for a career opportunity, it sometimes can feel like there is a cipher that must be broken before you can decode the language of applications and job postings.

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Stop in the Name of Love: It’s Time to Embrace Disability Pride

This Valentine’s Day as we talk about and think about love, it is important to consider how we think about and talk about ourselves as people living with disabilities. Widespread

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Intersectionality: Ableism and Racism

Black Health and Wellness is the 2022 Black History Month theme. There is no better time to talk about the intersectionality of ableism and racism than right now. According to

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Mental Health Disability Disclosure at Work: A Candid Discussion of Why We Don’t Disclose Part 1

Over the years, many employers have shared their struggles with getting employees with mental health disabilities to identify as an individual with a disability. They have increased opportunities to identify

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Stand Out as a Candidate with Two Little Words

It seems to be becoming more and more frequent that candidates ask our recruitment team if the thank you note is a thing of the past. There are some things

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