Maximizing Human Capital: Employees with Disabilities-Are New Entrants Really Ready to Work?
The Conference Board, Inc.,
February 20, 2009
In this webcast, we investigate best practices for maximizing recruitment strategies for one particular group of employees: those with disabilities.
In a time of economic pressure and revolutionary change, leading companies
are continuing to focus on the future by maximizing human capital in ways that
are good for business. To accomplish this, some companies have customized their
human capital practices to address the value in employing people from different
backgrounds and they are developing partnerships with organizations that are
dedicated to recruiting workers with diverse perspectives. In this webcast, we
investigate best practices for maximizing recruitment strategies for one
particular group of employees: those with disabilities.
This webcast will discuss:
- Recent research that indicates that new recruits today simply are not
prepared to work.
- Results from the just-released (01/09) Department of Labor/ODEP report
that surveys employers' actions and attitudes toward employing people with
- Recommendations for businesses that seek to hire employees with
disabilities, including those from the younger generations.
- Mary Wright, Program Director, The Conference Board
- Dr. Richard Horne, Director, Division of Policy Planning and Research,
Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Dept. of Labor
- Jane Rath, Principal, CESSI
- Martha Artiles, Chief Diversity Officer, Manpower
- Katherine McCary, Vice President, SunTrust Bank, Past-Chair, USBLN®, and
Member of the National Council on Disability
- Stephanie Creary, Research Associate, The Conference Board