Date: Monday, May 12, 2014
Description: Online Training with Susanne Bruyere
The low labor force participation rate of people with disabilities, and the charges of employment disability discrimination evident in many countries, suggest that much still needs to be done to create more disability inclusive workplaces. This webinar will identify, from related current Cornell University related research, employer good practices that signal to those looking for employment that employment settings area “disability friendly,” and thereby encourage applicants who are individuals with disabilities. Ways to better assure equitable advancement and meaningful inclusion in the workplace, once hired, will also be discussed, including ways to minimize stereotyping, exclusion, and the micro aggressions that can contribute to a worker’s sense of being devalued and marginalized in a workplace.
Participants will learn: