Going on a job interview is not an easy task; having to highlight your credentials, sell yourself, to meeting countless new people who will be judging your every move. And if you are disabled, you have the added stress of how, if at all, to present your disability. In our Job Interviews guide we outline the essentials of interviewing, providing tips to help you prepare and hopefully alleviate some of the stress to get you more comfortable with the process.
Interviewing for a Job
Conducting a job interview can be stressful, particularly if you haven't interviewed for a while or are concerned about how to address your disability. There are; however, some simple techniques you can employ to make the process easier. Here are some simple things to do that will help you prepare...Read More
How to Disclose a Disability
Disclosing a disability when in the midst of the job search is a complex decision. While some disabilities are clearly visible, others are not. Although the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) makes it unlawful for an employer to discriminate against prospective job applicants with a disability...Read More
Resume & Cover Letter Tips for Job Seekers with Disabilities
The decision to disclose a disability is a difficult choice and a large consideration in the job search process. While some disabilities are visible, others are not. When writing..Read More