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Date Title Presenter(s) Fee Register
6/10/2015 Best Practices in Partnering with Colleges and Universities to Access Professional Talent

A conversation with NOD’s Deputy Director of Corporate Programs, Howard Green. Topics for discussion will include key issues affecting recruitment, employer approaches and recruitment strategies, engaging university offices of career and disability services, and resources.

This webinar has been pre-approved for a 1 hour general credit from the HR Certification Institute.
Howard Green
Andy Traub
$150.00
5/5/2015 Emerging Lessons from the Disability Employment Tracker – Benchmarking from Years 1 & 2

Employers are using the Disability Employment Tracker to confidentially assess their readiness to launch or improve their hiring of people with disabilities and veterans. This webinar features new data from both Years 1 and 2 of the Tracker, giving a first look at emerging trends and conclusions.

This webinar has been pre-approved for a 1 hour general credit from the HR Certification Institute.
Pete Rutigliano
Andy Traub
$150.00
12/9/2014 Lessons for HR Professionals: The Job Searching Experience of Candidates with Disabilities

In 2014, NOD CEO Council member GettingHired surveyed over 600 job seekers, the majority of whom are college graduates, to understand the job search experience for candidates with disabilities versus their non-disabled peers. GettingHired will present on opportunities for employers to improve their posting and hiring processes to close the employment gap for talent with disabilities. Complimentary corporate benchmarking data from year one of NOD's Disability Employment Tracker will reveal what companies across industry sectors are doing to promote disability employment practices. Audience: HR and D&I professionals will learn strategies to take action and make changes to improve systems and processes and proactively attract and hire qualified individuals with disabilities.
Tania Lavin
Pete Rutigliano
Andy Traub
No charge
10/29/2013 Wounded Warrior Careers: Post-Placement Support

Post-placement support is an essential and often overlooked component of a successful employment strategy for veterans with disabilities. While corporate America has taken strides to hire veterans, many of these employment initiatives have not focused on providing support once the veteran is on the job to make the work experience successful. This webcast will explore programs that provide smart, effective, post-placement on-the-job supports to veterans with serious disabilities during career transition.

This program has been approved for 1 (General) recertification credit hour toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
Michael Costanzo
Lenka Kneschke
Bill Lockwood
Karen Stang
$150.00
4/16/2013 The Intensive Career Transition Support Model – Reintegrating Wounded Warriors into the Workforce

In this webinar we will discuss the results of more than four years of direct, hands-on experience assisting veterans with the most serious disabilities on their journey through the transition to civilian careers. Early this year, NOD released a report on the results of the first four years of our work. We will share the results of our work and describe a support model designed to encourage self-sufficiency in education and employment. The objectives of the webinar are: Describe the challenges faced by Wounded Warriors and their families in making a successful career transition Present a supported education and employment model developed during the course of our work Discuss the key principles essential to the success of the model

This webinar has been approved for 1 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
Bill Lockwood
$150.00
3/14/2013 The Forgotten Diversity Segment: How Employees with Disabilities Rate their Experiences at Work

Many companies annually survey employees, but few measure gaps between employees with and without disabilities. Participants will review results of recently released data from national surveys conducted by NOD and Sirota Survey Intelligence, and learn how to use the data to develop a strategy to create a culture of inclusion for employees with disabilities. On average, employees with disabilities are 8% less satisfied than their colleagues without disabilities. This is twice as large as other demographic-based differences, such as male and female.

This webinar has been approved for 1 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
Meg O'Connell
Pete Rutigliano
$150.00