Inclusive hiring benefits the bottom line
In today’s marketplace, disability inclusion can give companies the competitive edge. Hiring people with disabilities benefits both companies and individuals. You gain a dedicated and qualified employee, and a person with a disability or other barriers to employment gains a job, independence, and a valued place in the community. It’s a partnership that makes sense for you, your business, and your community.
- Employees with disabilities have higher retention rates, reducing staff turnover
- Customers prefer businesses that employ people with disabilities
- Companies with diverse workforces report higher staff morale
- People with disabilities are adaptable problem-solvers
PathPoint can help match you with qualified and dedicated staff. We support candidates through job development, training, and on-the-job support—with no cost to the employer. PathPoint candidates are succeeding on the job, every day, in many industries, including:
Filing Clerk, Library Assistant
Central Services, Food Services, Environmental Services, Sterile Processing, ER Assistant
Housekeeping, Laundry, Stewarding, Culinary, Maintenance
Restaurant and Food Service
Cashier, Food Prep, Kitchen Staff
Customer Service, Cashier, Stocking
Daniel has worked at Home Depot for 21 years and was recently awarded a Presidential Apron, one of a select group of The Home Depot employees nationally who are recognized for going above and beyond on the job.
"Thank you Daniel for all your hard work you put in every day for our customers and the business. You take responsibility for all new Lot Attendants and make sure they are efficiently trained and capable of handling their position. You also work tirelessly to ensure all store projects are completed. You are an all-around asset to the company and we truly appreciate all that you do." –Myriah Bingham, Home Depot Supervisor