recruitABILITY – An online job posting, resume registration and tracking system
disABLEDperson, Inc., a 501 (c) (3) non-profit public foundation and tax exempt organization under section 509 (a) (1) and 170 (b) (1) (A) (vi), has a mission to reduce the extremely high unemployment rate amongst the disabled by providing as a public service our online recruitment software known as “recruitABILITY .” A primary goal associated with this mission is to connect disabled individuals with employers who are proactive in hiring them. We accomplish this goal through the recruitABILITY disABILITY job matching system.
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors/ Job Development Counselors currently have one place to place the jobs cultivated specifically for disabled individuals that is a public service. That place is on State run job boards. The problem is that these are general job boards. Given that, the jobs specifically cultivated for disabled individuals are lost to the general population thereby negating the work done by the Counselors. Also, given the current state of finances in many states, they can not afford to build or buy an online recruiting application of their own. disABLEDperrson.com/recruitABILITY is a viable alternative as it won’t cost the States anything.
Another big issue is the financial restraint corporations have to recruit. Recruiting budgets are limited generally and are non existent in most cases to recruit the disabled. disABLEDperson Inc. with its non profit charitable status offers this service free of charge to all who deal with employment of the disabled. Many companies have a heart for the disabled but no budget to find them. recruitABILITY addresses this issue as companies large and small can recruit disabled individuals without financial thought.
disABLEDperson, Inc., through it’s www.disABLEDperson.com web property and the recruitABILITY online job matching software welcomes all Americans with any impairment. Our goal is to eventually train all the Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors/Job Development Counselors throughout the U.S. as to the proper and full use of recruitABILITY. In doing so, we will help to reduce the extremely high unemployment rate amongst disabled Americans.
Several attainable goals have been identified by disABLEDperson Inc.
· Provide a source of potential employment for disabled and impaired American workers.
· Provide a method for companies to attract disabled persons within Federal, State, and Local legal requirements for free.
· Share information, which will allow various approved organizations to use data to improve disabled persons quality of life and opportunities in the workplace.
· Become pervasive throughout the neighborhoods of America to allow for all businesses big and small who are proactive in hiring the disabled to connect with them for free.
disABLEDperson, Inc.'s, disABLEDperson.com website and the inclusive recruitABILITY software are state of the art for online recruitment software solutions. The recruitABILITY system can hold 2 million job postings and 5 million resumes with virtually infinite scalability. The software will allow batch resume posting for Counselors, it will allow batch job posting for employers.
Role of Technology
By helping disabled Americans find employers who want to hire them, we are helping these individuals become self sufficient both financially and emotionally thereby building and developing the community’s economic and psychological health through financial independence and self worth.
We will foster collaboration between ourselves, businesses and non profit organizations that deal with the employment of the disabled.
Our goal is simply to help. As a non profit charity, we live off of donations and grants. We welcome any and all who want to help us either financially or technologically. If you do have a desire to help us, Please contact Diana Malfa at the contact info below.
Diana Malfa is the Founder/Chairman of the organization Ms. Malfa holds a MBA in Marketing. She has built disABLEDperson Inc. into a branded name in the disabled community.
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