Promoting Business and Workplace Equality for ALL Diverse Segments
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Promoting Business and Workplace Equality for ALL Diverse Segments
Promoting Business and Workplace Equality for ALL Diverse Segments

Categories: Employment

By Guest Blogger Sam McClure, Vice President of Affiliate Relations and External Affairs, National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce I started my current job four years ago, relocating to Washington, D.C. from the Twin Cities, where I was the … Continue reading

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What’s New with Disability.gov? PSAs Challenge Assumptions about People with Disabilities
What’s New with Disability.gov? PSAs Challenge Assumptions about People with Disabilities

Categories: Disability.Blog News, Employment

It’s a simple, yet powerful message: People are not defined by their disability. For instance, you may be someone who has cerebral palsy, but more importantly, you define yourself as a hard worker, tech savvy and spiritual. These skills and … Continue reading

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Disability.gov Seeks Participants for its Second “No Boundaries” Photo Project
Disability.gov Seeks Participants for its Second “No Boundaries” Photo Project

Categories: Disability.Blog News, Employment

Three years ago, Disability.gov introduced its “No Boundaries” Photo Project series, which profiled eight individuals with disabilities and recognized the diverse skills and talents each brought to the workplace. Since then, photographs of those participants have appeared in several marketing … Continue reading

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