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In July 2010, President Obama marked the 20th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by signing Executive Order 13548, which aims to transform the disability employment landscape within the federal government. This directive calls on federal departments and agencies to increase the recruitment, hiring and retention of people with disabilities in coming years, and ODEP is proud to have been charged to assist the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) in implementing it. The following are ODEP tools that can assist federal agencies in their efforts to increase the employment of people of disabilities. They guide users through five key steps toward making their agency a model employer, from initial recruitment to ongoing support and retention of employees with disabilities. Step 1: Training:
Educate yourself on promising employment practices Step 2: Creating A Welcoming Environment:
Ensure that your workplace is accessible to all employees Step 3: Recruitment:
Create a pipeline of talented workers with disabilities Step 4: Hiring:
Interview and hire qualified employees with disabilities Step 5: Retention:
Keep valued employees with disabilities in your workplace

Level of Education: Continuing vocational education and training

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