“Inclusive Hiring Practices for Candidates with Disabilities” class will cover many common issues and how they can be solved
6/6/19 – Austin, Texas – Career.Place, removing bias one hire at a time, announced today that they have partnered with AbilityJobs and Ability Magazine’s CEO Chet Cooper to bring “Inclusive Hiring Practices for Candidates with Disabilities” to the HR community.
“Not only is there a greater bias against those with disabilities, but they are also excluded, because of their disability, from being able to participate in the hiring process in a fair and consistent manner,” said Melissa Dobbins, CEO Career.Place. “It is time to start treating everyone the same, and it starts with inclusive practices for those candidates who are disabled; for example, bringing interviewers to where the candidate is located, not the other way around. You would think that, if the candidate was in a wheelchair, that this would be obvious. Unfortunately, it isn’t – and that’s why we are holding this class.”
The class will be held on Thursday, June 27th, at 1pm, EST. This class is part of SHRM Certification and will provide 1 PDC. For more information and to sign-up, click here.
Career.Place’s technological solution is available to the market and comes with a free trial. More information on the career.place solution and how it benefits HR departments can be found at www.career.place.
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