Employer Best Practices Supporting the Hiring, Retention, and Promotion of People with Disabilities: A Bibliography
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Bibliography of literature related to research on employer best practices supporting the hiring, retention, and promotion of people with disabilities. These articles study the demand (employer) side of the employment equation, focusing on the ways in which employer policies and practices affect the employment outcomes of individuals with disabilities.
EDIcat4-DER; Disability employment research; accommodation; accommodate modification; ada; americans with disabilities act; ADAAA; civil rights; equal opportunity; barriers; disability; disabilities; disabled; disabling; impaired; impairment; discrimination; bias; discriminating; attitudes; prejudice; diversity; diverse; employment; employer; employers; employees; human resources; HR; HR Policies; Human Resource management; Personnel; supervisor; manager; EEO; policy; policies; employer practices; hiring; firing; termination; advancement; inclusion; bibliography; disability management; literature review
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Promising Practices: Advanced Referral System - Illinois Division of Rehabilitation Services, BPA&O Project Human Services Center Otto, Barbara; Coburn, John; Gallagher Watkin, Laura; Boyle, Mike (2005-02-01)Changes in disability policy at the state and federal level have presented many new opportunities for meaningful systems change and services delivery for people with disabilities. Since 2000, the Social Security Administration, ...
Bruyere, Susanne M.; Erickson, William; VanLooy, Sara (2000-09-01)It is estimated that there are 43 million Americans with disabilities, many of whom are significantly unemployed or underemployed compared with their nondisabled peers. This article describes the role of employers, ...
How policy variables influence the timing of applications for Social Security Disability Insurance Burkhauser, Richard V.; Butler, J. S.; Weathers II, Robert R. (1999-01-01)This article analyzes the impact of policy variables - employer accommodations, state Social Security Disability Insurance (DI) allowance rates, and DI benefits - on the timing of an application for DI benefits by workers ...