Employer engagement strategies and effective job development: A multidimensional approach
Work is the most effective and efficient means for individuals with or without disabilities to have a life of meaning, connections, and value. Work also forms the bridge to a life "well-lived". While definitions of employer engagement vary based on programmatic beliefs, recent practices have illuminated methodologies that result in quality outcomes when developing interest-based jobs. Best-practices in competitive and integrated employment form the structure for this training while story telling humanizes examples of quality outcomes. Additionally, the webcast examines the principles from which organizations provide support to individuals with disabilities to have a life that includes work. Run time: 1 hour 07 minutes.
NARIC Accession Number: O21270. What's this?
Author(s): Brooks-Lane, Nancy.
Project Number: 90DP0085, 90RT5035 (formerly H133B130011).
Publisher(s): Effects of Customized Employment on the Employment Outcomes of Transition-Age Youth with Disabilities: A Randomized Clinical Trial, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1314 West Main Street, PO Box 842011, Richmond, VA 23284-2011; 804/828-5956.
Publication Year: 2016
Descriptor Terms: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS, COMMUNITY INTEGRATION, COMPETITIVE EMPLOYMENT, EMPLOYER ATTITUDES, EMPLOYERS, EMPLOYMENT, EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS, EMPLOYMENT SUCCESS, JOB ANALYSIS, JOB DEVELOPMENT, JOB MODIFICATION, JOB SATISFACTION, OUTCOMES, QUALITY OF LIFE, SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT, VOCATIONAL EVALUATION, WORKERS WITH DISABILITIES.