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Disability:IN Connecticut members are invited to participate in dynamic quarterly presentations and forums designed to be collaborative in nature. Member’s network, share staffing challenges and resources to identify best practices in hiring qualified people with disabilities.
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How to Make Every Month A Mental Health Awareness Month in Your Workplace: Erasing the Stigma

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Please join us for this important program in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month. We are pleased to have highly acclaimed Mental Health Expert Steve Crimando back by popular demand. He will address the importance of the mental health of our workforce and best practices for opening up the discussion about mental health and creating…

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Disability: IN Connecticut Executive Director Featured in HBJ Lead Article

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Congratulations to our eloquent Executive Director, Sharon Denson, who was interviewed in a Hartford Business Journal / CT Mirror article titled CT Aims to Build Disability Workforce ‘Pipeline”. Read the article here:  https://www.hartfordbusiness.com/article/ct-aims-to-build-disability-workforce-pipeline?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=CT+Morning+Blend&utm_campaign=CTMorningBlend03082022

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Join us for our March 18, 2022 Program: Disability Inclusion and the War for Talent

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Disability Inclusion and the War for Talent We are experiencing a generational work shortage due to the retirement of the Baby Boom generation. There are not enough workers in succeeding generations to replace the workers in that generation who are retiring.  The pandemic and the changes in the workplace which have resulted from the pandemic have…

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