Archive | Disabilities


Disability Matters

Disabilities are ever changing and claiming new groups every day.

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Posted in Ask Pam, Disabilities



  In my town, there are far too many of them. Usually, but not always, they are men. They always look shabby and worn out. They stand at highway entrance and exit ramps giving passing vehicles as much information as will fit on their hand-held cardboard signs: Lost my job. Lost my house. Wife (or […]

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Posted in Disabilities, Editor's Desk, Veterans


Persons with disabilities – a worldwide underutilized resource

From a global talent acquisition perspective, many countries have quotas for hiring people with disabilities. In addition to such quotas, these individuals regularly experience barriers to employment, from inaccessible company websites to physical barriers to discriminatory policies.

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Posted in Disabilities, Recruiting

Pam’s Blog:  Insights

Count ME In….

    “I matter, I count, I contribute, I think, I breathe, I feel. I’m strong, I’m committed, I’m intelligent. I can learn, I can teach, I can motivate, I can inspire. It might take some adjustments to get it done, but it will get done well.”       By now you might be […]

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Posted in Ask Pam, Career Development, Disabilities, Diversity & Inclusion

Asia-Pacific Nations Confront Disability Issues

No matter where in the world a company is located or whether an employee is born with a disability or acquires one as a result of accident, illness, age or military service, making it comfortable for everyone to be who they are and bring their full selves to the workplace is critical to everyone’s success.

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Posted in Asia, Disabilities, Organizations, Talent Management

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Book Review: Perfectly Able

Perfectly Able offers practical guidance for companies large and small on how to hire and retain talented and motivated people from within this largely untapped pool of potential employees.

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Posted in Books, Disabilities, Thought Leadership