In a survey conducted by the University of Massachusetts/America’s Strength Foundation, “93% of those surveyed ranked hiring people with disabilities as third in importance when considering doing business with a company, right under environmentally conscious, and providing health insurance for employees. Of those surveyed, 87% preferred to give their business to those the hire people with disabilities.”
That company could be yours!
EIN SOF specializes in the full-spectrum of employment consultation services, with its portfolio of clients and strategic partners, and is uniquely qualified to galvanize your disability-inclusive diversity employment efforts and achieve your goals.
From small businesses seeking interns, to companies that want to recruit and hire employees; from global corporations that want to retain or promote employees and managers, to businesses that want to start or fortify disability Employee Resource Group (ERG) Business Council or Affinity Group, or build cross-ERG allies, EIN SOF’s customized sector approach to Employment Consultation can achieve your desired results.
For GSA Prime and Sub-contractors focused on compliance with the strengthened regulations for Section 503, EIN SOF and our strategic partners can help you develop a strategy to reach your work group goal of 7% employees with disabilities, achieving real, measurable, replicable and sustainable results.
From specialized initiatives like U.S. Department of Labor funded Add Us In California Consortium (five-year grant to increase employment of people with disabilities from historically-excluded communities); to building a solid recruiting pipeline with Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities (COSD); to Career Advancement with UCLA Anderson School of Management’s Multidimensional Leaders Institute, or our Lights! Camera! Access! 2.0 Think Tanks and Call-to-Action Summits, EIN SOF clients, partners and projects can fortify and diversify your disability-inclusive workforce business imperative.
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