Employer Incentives for Hiring a Worker with a Disability
You can use this to disclose or talk about disability-related information during the job interview.
These questions are derived from talking directly with employers about what they would want to hear if a job candidate brought up disability-related information during the hiring process.
Learn more about…
- Non-Paid 215 hour Job Try-Out
- The Divison of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) Paid Internship
- On-The-Job Training (OJT)
- Working Opportunity Tax Credit
- Co-Worker as a Trainer
The ABCs of SCHEDULE A Tips for Applicants with Disabilities on Getting Federal Jobs
Self Identification of Disability Form
There are many advantages to working for the federal government. Federal employees serve in a wide variety of exciting jobs, earn good wages, receive medical benefits, and make a difference through public service. The federal government hires people in many different fields, from accounting to public affairs, health care to law enforcement, and everything in between.
There are a number of ways that people can apply for a job in the federal government. For individuals with disabilities, one of those paths is the Schedule A Hiring Authority for people with disabilities.