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Employers

AS AN EMPLOYER…

Do you already employ someone who has a disability and want to learn more about how to support them?

Are you looking to hire a job seeker who has a disability?

Are you unsure about the laws and regulations around hiring and accommodating an employee who has a disability?

Do you want to learn more about the economic and social benefits of hiring employees who have disabilities?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, this page is for you! To learn more about what you can do as an employer to promote and benefit from Employment First, explore our library of resources below.

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Untapped Arizona

Resource Description
Untapped Arizona is a nonprofit that provides information and technical assistance about employing individuals with disabilities to businesses throughout Arizona. By working with partners including state government, businesses, nonprofits, and other resources across the state, Untapped Arizona assists employers in meeting their employment needs in recruiting, hiring, and developing qualified
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Job Accomodation Network

Resource Description
The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is a free resource. JAN has information about workplace accommodations and disabilities. It is free and confidential, meaning they will keep your information private. JAN has consultants who can speak to you online or on the phone. They can answer your questions about: Workplace accommodations The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other laws Self
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A Guide to Developing Collaborative School-Community-Business Partnerships

Resource Description
Research shows that youth with disabilities have better employment outcomes when professionals and systems coordinate. This how-to guide provides practical strategies for developing strategic partnerships between educators, employers, and community stakeholders such as Vocational Rehabilitation, employment services, and state agencies. It also provides several case studies. This guide was