The costs and benefits of accommodating employees with disabilities
Encouraging applications from disabled people is good for business.It can help you to: The costs of making reasonable adjustments to accommodate disabled employees are often low.The sample included 35,763 allegations of discrimination filed by people with disabilities under the employment provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.Group A included impairments deemed by Corrigan et al.Responses were analyzed for 524 employees (mean age 44.1 yrs) and 119 employers. Studied the effects of prior experience on employer attitudes and hiring decisions regarding people with developmental disabilities. Berkell, 1989) and (2) 82 items on factors affecting hiring decisions.Results show that these employees experienced discrimination over most terms/conditions of employment. In Canada, 20 employers who previously had hired or trained a person with a developmental disability were compared with 18 employers without such experience. Both groups expressed favorable attitudes towards the employability of developmentally disabled workers, with experienced Ss perceiving more advantages than disadvantages of this employment. "Drivers of workplace discrimination against people with disabilities: The utility of attribution theory." Work: Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation, 25(1): 77-88.Information needs, costs and risks for employers 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Who are the potential employees with disability?2.3 What are the business benefits of employing people with disability? 2.4.1 The business case for hiring people with disability 2.4.2 Recruitment services 2.4.3 Financial information: costs and government assistance 2.4.4 Technical assistance regarding workplace accommodations 2.4.5 Training assistance 2.4.6 Best practice workplace policies and case studies 2.4.7 Information about specific disabilities 2.4.8 Legal implications of hiring people with disability 2.4.9 Referral services 2.5 What costs may be incurred by employers?
By connecting directly with employers, our panel set out to discover what can be done about the unemployment and under-employment of qualified people with disabilities in Canada.This publication is available at https://uk/government/publications/employing-disabled-people-and-people-with-health-conditions/employing-disabled-people-and-people-with-health-conditions It has links to other resources to enable employers to become more confident when attracting, recruiting and retaining disabled people.A disabled person is defined as someone with a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ effect on their ability to do normal daily activities (Equality Act 2010).We all have abilities, but some are more apparent than others.From what we have seen in companies that hire people with disabilities—and from our own experiences as friends or family members of someone with a disability—we know that they can contribute greatly to business and to society.