Toolkit on Encouraging Self-Identification of Disability:This guidecreated by EARN and NILG is a valuable resource for businesses of all sizes interested in assessing their progress toward disability inclusion goals. Self-identification is about more than reaching certain numbers, however. Done right, the very act of inviting applicants and employees to self-identify helps convey that a company intends to not just express a commitment to an inclusive workforce, but also deliver on it.
The Small Business at Work Toolkit - This toolkit provides curated information and essential resources about how (and why!) small businesses can successfully hire and retain employees with disabilities.
Federal Contractor Requirements - Learn about obligations federal contractors have under Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act, and strategies to meet them.
Disability Impacts All of Us - https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/disabilityandhealth/infographic-disability-impacts-all.html
Disability Language Style Guide: The National Center on Disability and Journalism at Arizona State University has developed astyle guide which covers almost 200 words and terms commonly used when referring to disability, most of which are not covered in The Associated Press style guide. (Also available in Spanish
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E) - partnering with Center for Disability Inclusion. This service helps employers across the country fill workforce needs with trained, educated and experienced veterans with disabilities. Click the hyperlink to access Employment Coordinators for assistance with finding candidates. located at VA Regional Offices nationwide.
EARN Fact Sheet on hiring, retaining and advancing people with disabilities