The Employer Assistance and Resource Network on Disability Inclusion (EARN) site offers resources to help businesses of all sizes and industries recruit, hire, retain, and advance job seekers with disabilities and develop disability-inclusive workplace cultures.
Covering Essential Employment Stages
EARN highlights four essential components of the employment lifecycle – recruitment, hiring, retention and advancement. Explore how including people with disabilities in each of these areas helps employers meet their workplace diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility goals.
In addition, the resources include online training courses, useful checklists, policy guides, videos and recorded webinars on issues related to disability inclusion. The site also offers information on topics such as workplace mental health, employment issues related to coronavirus, inclusive telework, federal contractor requirements, and the benefits of neurodiversity in the workplace.
More About EARN
EARN is a free resource that helps employers tap into the benefits of disability diversity by educating public- and private-sector organizations on ways to build inclusive workplace cultures. The U.S. Department of Labor EARN website makes both public and private sector workplaces more inclusive for people with disabilities. EARN is supported cooperatively by the department’s Office of Disability Employment Policy and Cornell University.