TMP Worldwide knows that our nation has no shortage of talent among people with disabilities. Many of these individuals, although highly qualified and willing to work, remain unemployed. At the same time, tens of thousands of retirement-eligible federal workers are poised to leave government service in the next few years. In response to these startling facts, TMP has released a new white paper, "Hiring and Retaining People with Disabilities." In the discussion, authors John Bersentes and Mark Havard take a careful look at this dual challenge. Among their suggestions: "Ramping up efforts to recruit and integrate talented individuals with disabilities will help federal agencies take some of the sting out of the looming retirement crisis."
Bersentes and Havard support their argument and offer both a resource guide and a step-by-step process to aid government agencies in reaching out to this woefully underutilized — and potentially game-changing – labor force. To learn more about this TMP white paper and receive a free copy of "Hiring and Retaining People with Disabilities," click here. Coinciding with the new white paper is a three-part webinar series, which focuses on the best practices and hiring solutions for growing agencies within the government and public service industries.
Best Practices in Integrating Social Networking and Web 2.0 into Your Agency
September 10, 2008, 1:00PM—2:30PM EST
John Bersentes, Director of Business Development — Government
Steven Ehrlich, Vice President of Client Development
John and Steven will examine a wide variety of digital and participatory media applications, commonly known as Web 2.0, in the context of social networking. Participants will learn how to build and proactively manage your agency's reputation as an employer of choice in a Web 2.0 world. In addition, John and Steven will focus on next practices in e-government, including virtual worlds, mobile marketing, gaming, and much more.
Building a Retention Platform through On-boarding
September 22, 2008, 2:00PM-3:30PM EST
Presented by: Greta Sherman, Senior Vice President of Strategy for TMP Worldwide
Greta will discuss the five critical steps in building a strong platform for retention. This session will spell out those steps, how they should be executed, and how they should be measured once they have been implemented.
Hiring and Retaining Returning Veterans with Disabilities
September 24, 2008, 1:00PM-2:30PM EST
Presented by: John Bersentes, Director of Business Development — Government
Lastly, in keeping stride with TMP's initiative to recruit disabled workers, John will present this informative online seminar and walk through the steps needed to create a disability-friendly workplace, the Federal programs and resources available for hiring vets, as well as the strategies for leveling the playing field when recruiting people with disabilities.
With these exciting new learning tools, TMP Worldwide hopes to inspire recruiters and hiring managers to act now to recruit people with disabilities into the workforce, so the government can help blunt the impact of the coming exodus of experienced public employees.
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