Federal rules may open up jobs for workers with disabilities

05/5/2014 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Changes to federal rules prohibiting discrimination on the basis of disability may help create job opportunities for people with disabilities, but advocates say companies also need disability-friendly work environments. The new rules, which set hiring goals for federal contractors, allow people with disabilities to self-identify on employee paperwork, but consultant Joyce Bender said companies still must show that hiring workers with disabilities is a priority that starts with corporate leadership.

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