Connecting Practices to Outcomes: Lessons from the Federal Sector Workplace - Preliminary Findings from the Federal Employee Focus Groups
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von Schrader, Sarah; MacDowell, Kate
[Excerpt] Employment inequity for Americans with disabilities remains a significant problem. To explore and remedy this inequality, the Cornell University Yang-Tan Institute on Employment and Disability, in partnership with key federal partners, is working on a three-year project entitled, “Connecting Practices to Outcomes: Lessons from the Federal Sector Workplace.” This project uses federal sector secondary data and qualitative focus groups to assess the impact of employer practice adoption on the retention, advancement, separation, and the workplace perceptions of individuals with disabilities.
disabilities; workplace; federal sector; diversity practice
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