- Workforce Change
- Diversity Hiring
- Measurable Results
Spinning your Wheels?
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is hard.
All Talk, No Change
Year after year, you discuss how important it is but fail to see meaningful results. Your workers may still look, sound, and even think the same. You could be missing out on new ideas and be failing to connect with customers.
A Common Misconception
Diversifying your supplier base will lead to a more diverse workforce. Diversifying your staffing suppliers does not necessarily diversify your workforce, it only guarantees you diverse suppliers. Many diversity-owned recruiting firms are not sourcing candidates for diversity; they operate like any other supplier.
A Different Approach
For 27 years we’ve been helping organizations find talent, and the majority of our placed professionals are diverse: 60% of our temporary workforce are minority, 65% are women, and +75% have a disability.
Disability is Diverse
A New Approach
As a nonprofit, we give job hiring priority to people with disabilities and chronic medical conditions.
Disability does not discriminate: it affects people of all parts of our society. And since disability adversely affects people’s employment opportunities, when you recruit for talent with disability, you get talent that is more representative of all available workers.
Bring in some new faces, voices, and ideas
Transforming your workplace is no small task, but it all starts with who you hire. You deserve to see meaningful changes through your DE&I program. So if you’re tired of spinning your wheels, why not try a new approach through disability hiring?
How it works
Get In Touch
We discuss your DE&I goals and hiring needs. We send you diverse, qualified candidates.
Disability is diverse and we send resumes for qualified candidates, many of whom are diverse and have a disability.
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We offer both temp-to-hire and direct hire options to augment your workforce and support your DE&I efforts.