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Moving from Charity to Talent Value:Using Business Drivers to Build Disability&Inclusion Initiatives
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When: Tuesday, October 24, 2017
10:00 AM
Where: Online
United States
Presenter: Julie Sowash, Senior Consultant, Disability Solutions

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For people with disabilities and our community, the revision to section 503 has been a game changer in exposing our talent value to diverse and forward-thinking employers. For many companies, there is still a great deal of caution about how to properly leverage and engage talent with disabilities. Our focus will be two-fold: Hiring for the right reasons (FYI – charity isn’t the right reason) and attracting talent with the right messaging (also, not charity). Join us to learn some of the common pitfalls and how to avoid them when embarking on your disability and inclusion journey.


In her role as Senior Consultant, Julie works with Disability Solutions’ clients to first assess current outreach, hiring, and retention systems, policies, and processes that impact an organization’s ability to successfully engage and retain qualified jobseekers with disabilities and then develop recommendations for solutions based on the results.  She works with companies to build successful and scalable hiring processes and systems that have been implemented across the country.


Julie’s current portfolio of client projects includes PepsiCo (Pepsi ACT), DB Schenker and P&G (Project WIN), Synchrony Financial (PDN Hire), American Express, Aon Hewitt, and Aramark.

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