Understanding workplace issues for veterans with disabilities is a key part of avoiding the mistakes of the Vietnam era. The Northeast ADA Center has done several research projects related to veterans with disabilities in the workforce and has translated the findings of these projects into briefs and presentations intended for a variety of audiences.
This powerpoint presentation gives an overview of two key studies carried out by the Northeast ADA Center in collaboration with other organizations. The first study focuses on the knowledge, beliefs and practices of human resource professionals related to employing veterans with disabilities and was conducted in partnership with the National ADA Center Network and the National SHRM organization. The second study focuses on the knowledge, beliefs and behaviors of veterans with disabilities related to job seeking and employment and was conducted in collaboration with the Kessler Foundation. The Powerpoint presentation contains an overview and findings of both studies.
Designed for employers, this brief includes ten points for employers to consider.
Designed for veterans, this brief includes ten points for veterans with disabilities who are job-seekers or employees.
Designed for family members of veterans with disabilities, this brief includes ten points family members need to know in order to support their loved one entering or re-entering the workforce.
Originally appearing in the publication HR Executive, this article provides an overview of the Northeast ADA Center Research on employers' knowledge, beliefs and practices around employing veterans with disabilities.