Jobs For Disabled

Why Hiring People with Disabilities is Great for Business – Facts & Figures about Disability and Employment
Did you know that October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month? Level Access hires people with disabilities whenever we can! They deliver incredible value to the organization in positions from entry-level customer success associates up to executives. Our employees cite our team’s diversity and inclusiveness as some of the best parts of being a Leveler.

Disability Discrimination

Disability Employment Information, Facts, and Myths
During the Twentieth Century the advancement of medical treatments, coupled with progressive social and inclusion policies worked to change the status of persons with disabilities. In the Western world, all citizens are valued and efforts to include as many people in the work of the communities are not only good social policy, but good economic practice.

7 facts about disability in the workplace
It’s not always easy for people with a disability to be part of the workforce – but, thanks to changes in the law, things are improving.
Having a disability shouldn’t stop anyone from finding a job (and neither should discrimination!).

4 myths about hiring employees with disabilities
Many people associate the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) with matters of physical access: Are restrooms large enough to accommodate wheelchairs? Are ramps available to circumvent the stairs?
But the ADA's significance extends beyond workplace layout. The legislation ensures that people with disabilities do not suffer employment discrimination and that a disability cannot be the basis of job denial if reasonable accommodations can be made.