|Ohio has 90 One-Stop Centers across the state to help connect employers with qualified job seekers. Employers can take advantage of the many business services made available through the One-Stops to assist in recruiting qualified job applicants, including job seekers with disabilities. Hiring workers with disabilities makes good business sense for many employers who benefit from dedicated workers and a diverse workforce.
Additional Resources and Information:
American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Assistance
Responsibilities of the Employer under the ADA
Business Case for Hiring Workers with Disabilities
Disability Employment 101 for Your Business
Diversifying Your Workforce A four step reference guide to recruiting, hiring and retaining employees with disabilities.
Finding Applicants with Disabilities
Employer Assistance and Recruiting Network
Ohio Means Jobs
Did You Know?
According to Worksupport.com:
72 percent of adults with disabilities want to work.
Studies indicate that workers with disabilities rate average or above average in performance, attendance and work safety.
Research found that workers with disabilities are more inclined to stay in jobs longer, reducing turnover costs.