Demand Side Employment Project Models
The Demand-Side Employment Placement Models project (2006-2012), funded by the National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research, is a systematic investigation utilizing scientifically rigorous and evidence-based methods to develop, identify, and evaluate employment demand-side models that better understand demand characteristics for qualified workers with disabilities. In the fifth year of the project we are translating the findings into valid and practical tools for large and small businesses in different market sectors to improve employment outcomes for all workers including qualified persons with disabilities.
The Employer Briefs and Toolkit resources provide these findings at no charge to employers seeking to improve the quality and efficiency of their workforce, through better understanding and implementation of diversity initiates that include the characteristics of workers with disabilities. Please tell us about the briefs and Toolkit resources that you have reviewed.
You are invited to participate in a research study examining the benefits and impact for employers of the Employer Demand briefs and toolkit resources. These resources present findings from the Demand-Side Employment Placement Models and related projects of the Burton Blatt Institute for improving employment outcomes for persons with disabilities.
Your participation is entirely voluntary. The survey is confidential and will take approximately 5 to15 minutes to complete.Survey for Webinars
The webinars provide explanations of an inclusive culture in the workplace and strategies to successfully recruit, hire, and train individuals with disabilities. Committing to these workplace practices allows employers to create a more efficient, accommodating, and diverse environment that positively impacts their bottom line.
You are invited to provide feedback in response to the Employer Demand webinars. Your survey responses will assist the Burton Blatt Institute in improving its technical assistance activities.
Your participation is entirely voluntary. The survey is confidential and will take approximately 5 to 10 minutes.