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Advancing Disability Diversity and Inclusion Within the Workplace 

Disability Disclosure: How Your Company Benefits
Creating a workplace that’s inclusive to people with disabilities starts with knowing how many of your employees actually live with a disability.  But at most companies, only a small percentage of people who have a disability disclose this.

According to a 2017 study by the Center for Talent Innovation, among white-collar, college-educated employees, 30 percent have a disability. But only 3.2 percent disclose their disability to their employers. That means almost a quarter of your staff may have a disability that you don’t know about.

Click on the link to continue reading
 https://www.understood.org/articles/en/disability-disclosure-how-your-company-benefits

By attending our speaker series on August 4, you will continue to learn more about Disability Disclosure.  Below, check out the information on our Speaker Series.

 

Speaker Series

Disability Disclosure & Employment

AUGUST 4 | 10 – 11:00 am (MST) – Presented by Jana Burke, PhD, ADAC
Description:
You have an employee who mentions a recent diagnosis of Type II diabetes during her annual performance review. Now what? Disability-related discussions can be tricky for employers, HR professionals, and supervisors. Join us for an hour-long conversation about disability disclosure in the workplace. Find out more about what questions employers may and may not ask about disabilities and medical conditions, how to respond to requests for disability-related accommodations, disability disclosure during performance and conduct reviews, and managing workers who have not disclosed a hidden disability.
Click here to register: Link to register
 
Disability:IN Uinta County and Cultivate Ability is recognized by WYO SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.  This program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. 

Jana Burke, PhD, ADAC – President and Founder of Mariposa Professional Services
Jana Burke, PhD, ADAC is the president and founder of Mariposa Professional Services, a consulting firm specializing in ADA compliance strategies for organizations with rights and responsibilities under the law. She is a small business owner, consultant, trainer, and researcher who specializes in employment of people with disabilities and workplace strategies for disability law compliance. After nearly 20 years in the field, Dr. Burke remains committed to helping transform how organizations do business by providing strategic planning and visioning for creating disability diversity and inclusion.
 
 

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