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Contact your Wisconsin Job Center and talk with a staff member to learn about untapped pools of available and talented workers. The following information may spark a few ideas!
Hiring the Disabled
Programs to assist with hiring people with work related limitations.
- Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services for employers.
- Supported Employment. People with severe disabilities are matched to and trained in jobs where their specific skills and abilities make them valuable employees.
- Recruiting People With Disabilities. How to attract and retain people with disabilities. Is your business disability friendly? Do a self assessment of your business.
- Employer's Resource. Publications and fact sheets from the Federal government on hiring people with special needs.
- Disability Information, From DisabilityInfo.gov, US Department of Labor)
Tips for Recruiting Mature Workers provides information on the myths about older workers, how to attract and retain this untapped source of employees, and provides a self assessment to find out if your company is "older worker friendly".
Hiring Immigrants. Links to the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) information for employers including immigrant employment discrimination.
- Look at the Facts Not the Faces; Your Guide to Fair Employment.
- Employment Eligibility Verification (I-9 Form)
- Foreign Labor Certification. This site provides information to assist an employer in preparing a labor certification application in any one of the several employment-based visa programs.
Youth and Employment. Find information on Wisconsin and federal child labor laws, safety, and related topics.
Hiring W-2 Participants. Six fact sheets for employers interested in working with the Wisconsin welfare reform programs to attract good employees.
Non-Traditional Occupations. Learn about non-traditional occupations, myths and facts about women and non-traditional occupations, statistics and research. Information presented by the Work 4 Women project.
Non-Traditional Occupations for Women. Information and links from the US Department of Labor.