Recruiting Strategies to Attract and Recruit Qualified Individuals with Disabilities

Work Force of Tomorrow, A more Inclusive Society!

One thing is certain, companies do need to have a more diversified work force and that includes hiring people with Disabilities, and this may not be an easy task, but companies need to be understanding, flexible and willing to train and desensitize their work culture as a whole.

 

To fil this gap, companies need to reach out and work closely with Disabled organizations, approaching them ahead of time and letting them know of upcoming positions that need to be filled, the skills required, so that the Disabled organizations can start sieving thru their pipeline of people to fill those upcoming positions. One thing here is necessary is companies helping in reskilling and reshaping the skill sets of the desired Disabled people, so that they can be able to do the work more efficiently, keep up with deadlines understand the industry and mesh into the work culture.

 

A good way for companies to have their number increased when it comes to a more diversified work force, is to focus more on the contemporary skill building facets, people with Disabilities can adapt contemporary skills easily, sharpening the core competencies, which is very necessary as a building block.

 

This is what we do here at Project Starfish America; www.pstarfish.org

 

Also, companies need to be more transparent when it comes to hiring people with Disabilities, the jobs need to be more mainstreamed so that folks with Disabilities can find the jobs and companies with ease, reach out and apply. These particular jobs should be targeted to the Disabled people, hiring managers and diversified coordinators need to be making more noise and and showing a presence to attract the disabled people to come out, be trained and start working.

 

 

 

One thing is certain, companies do need to have a more diversified work force and that includes hiring people with Disabilities, and this may not be an easy task, but companies need to be understanding, flexible and willing to train and desensitize their work culture as a whole.

 

To fil this gap, companies need to reach out and work closely with Disabled organizations, approaching them ahead of time and letting them know of upcoming positions that need to be filled, the skills required, so that the Disabled organizations can start sieving thru their pipeline of people to fill those upcoming positions. One thing here is necessary is companies helping in reskilling and reshaping the skill sets of the desired Disabled people, so that they can be able to do the work more efficiently, keep up with deadlines understand the industry and mesh into the work culture.

 

A good way for companies to have their number increased when it comes to a more diversified work force, is to focus more on the contemporary skill building facets, people with Disabilities can adapt contemporary skills easily, sharpening the core competencies, which is very necessary as a building block.

 

This is what we do here at Project Starfish America; www.pstarfish.org

 

Also, companies need to be more transparent when it comes to hiring people with Disabilities, the jobs need to be more mainstreamed so that folks with Disabilities can find the jobs and companies with ease, reach out and apply. These particular jobs should be targeted to the Disabled people, hiring managers and diversified coordinators need to be making more noise and and showing a presence to attract the disabled people to come out, be trained and start working.

One thing is certain, companies do need to have a more diversified work force and that includes hiring people with Disabilities, and this may not be an easy task, but companies need to be understanding, flexible and willing to train and desensitize their work culture as a whole.

 

To fil this gap, companies need to reach out and work closely with Disabled organizations, approaching them ahead of time and letting them know of upcoming positions that need to be filled, the skills required, so that the Disabled organizations can start sieving thru their pipeline of people to fill those upcoming positions. One thing here is necessary is companies helping in reskilling and reshaping the skill sets of the desired Disabled people, so that they can be able to do the work more efficiently, keep up with deadlines understand the industry and mesh into the work culture.

 

A good way for companies to have their number increased when it comes to a more diversified work force, is to focus more on the contemporary skill building facets, people with Disabilities can adapt contemporary skills easily, sharpening the core competencies, which is very necessary as a building block.

 

This is what we do here at Project Starfish America; www.pstarfish.org

 

Also, companies need to be more transparent when it comes to hiring people with Disabilities, the jobs need to be more mainstreamed so that folks with Disabilities can find the jobs and companies with ease, reach out and apply. These particular jobs should be targeted to the Disabled people, hiring managers and diversified coordinators need to be making more noise and and showing a presence to attract the disabled people to come out, be trained and start working.

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