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Online Outreach and Recruitment for Individuals with Disabilities

Diversity and Inclusion, Human Resources
130 1hr
Recruiting candidates with disabilities is a critical component of ensuring a diverse workforce and in meeting affirmative hiring goals. However, if organizations are not using disability-inclusive messaging in job descriptions and on career web pages, they may not be able to attract the talent they seek.

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The presenter will share findings from several studies exploring how employers use disability-inclusive messaging on career web pages, and how that messaging influences job seekers with disabilities applications and self-identification.

Learning Outcomes

Approaches to disability-inclusive messaging on career web pages
How job seekers with disabilities approach job searching online
How to tailor messaging to encourage job seekers with disabilities to apply and self-identify
Where to access related online resources for future reference

Speakers

Dr. Susanne M. Bruyère
Susanne M. Bruyère, Ph.D., CRC, is Professor of Disability Studies and Academic Director of the K. Lisa Yang and Hock E. Tan Institute on Employment and Disability, Cornell University ILR School, Ithaca, NY. This Institute is a research, training, and technical assistance center focusing on disability inclusion in employment, education, and community. Bruyère serves as Institute administrative/strategic lead, and as the PI/Co-PI of research, dissemination, and technical assistance efforts focused on employment disability policy and effective disability workplace practices. She is the PI/Project Director of the National Policy, Research, and Technical Assistance Center on Employment of People with Disabilities funded by the U.S. DOL Office of Disability Employment Policy. She is the author/co-author of five books and over 180 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on workplace disability inclusion. Bruyère holds a doctoral degree in Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology from University of Wisconsin-Madison and is a Fellow in the American Psychological Association.

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