Posted on 2/21/2017 12:45 PM By GettingHired Team
Organizations can reap significant rewards by better understanding the benefits of a more inclusive recruitment strategy.
Posted on 2/15/2017 11:00 AM By GettingHired Team
Organizations with a focus on inclusive recruitment programs should consider the benefits of working alongside a third-party disability recruitment solutions partner.
Posted on 2/8/2017 11:15 AM By GettingHired Team
Organizations with an eye for the future should always be on the lookout for the best graduates who can help to build their employer brand and expand their business in the years ahead. This means developing engagement programs that reach out to young people from all backgrounds and college students with disabilities are a key demographic that should not be overlooked. Read this new blog to learn three tips for recruiting college students with disabilities.
Posted on 2/1/2017 10:15 AM By GettingHired Team
Diversity and inclusivity in the workplace is something that continues to be a hot topic among organizations across the US, and now a new report has revealed positive change is taking place that shows companies are not simply paying lip service to this idea. The latest National Trends in Disability Employment (nTIDE) Jobs Report for December 2016 has highlighted slow but steady improvement in the prospects for job seekers with disabilities across the country at present.
Posted on 1/24/2017 12:00 PM By GettingHired Team
In order to compete in today's candidate driven job market, companies need to understand how to successfully attract and recruit the brightest talent from the largest segment of the workforce: millennials. Through effective use of both technology and branding, you can position your company as the employer of choice for millennial talent with and without disabilities.
Posted on 1/12/2017 11:34 AM By GettingHired Team
The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) has released its new Job Outlook 2017 report for new graduates entering the job market this year. Using data from nationwide employer surveys, the annual report forecasts key job market trends and graduate employment opportunities for the upcoming year. Read our summary of the key findings to help you in your career planning.
Posted on 10/5/2016 10:46 AM By GettingHired Team
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)! Many of GettingHired's Employer Partners are joining in the nationwide celebrations recognizing the value workers with disabilities add to the workforce. Find out why NDEAM is important and how our employers are getting involved.
Posted on 9/29/2016 5:33 PM By GettingHired Team
Make Life Matter at MetLife. To be a world-class organization, MetLife needs world-class talent. The unique backgrounds and fresh perspectives our employees bring to the workplace allow us to have a competitive edge wherever we do business around the globe. MetLife.com/Careers
Posted on 9/20/2016 8:00 AM By GettingHired Team
Online career fairs are a quick and easy way to stand out from the hundreds of other applicants and really get an employer's attention. But without the right preparation, it can turn into a race against the clock to relay your professional value while also getting useful information about the company's career prospects. GettingHired is holding a free online career fair on October 5th for job seekers with disabilities to connect with inclusive employers, actively looking for talented candidates with disabilities. Maximize your online career fair experience using this 5 step checklist...
Posted on 1/1/2016 8:05 AM By GettingHired Team
The invention of Braille has been a lifeline to millions of blind and visually impaired people, giving them access to education through literacy. We celebrate its invention globally each year on the inventor Louise Braille's birthday. But over 90% of all published materials are still inaccessible blind and visually impaired people because of current international copyright laws. This is why the World Blind Union is trying to break this last barrier through their 'Right to Read' campaign.