When you apply for a job it’s tempting to do anything you can to stand out. Sometimes that’s a good idea. If, for example, you’re a long-shot candidate, it might make sense to make a joke, try something bold, or make a big statement through your cover letter to get the recruiter’s attention.
Arunima Sinha is a serious mountaineer—she was both the first female amputee and the first Indian amputee to climb Mount Everest. And last November, she was awarded an honorary PhD from the prestigious University of Strathclyde in London. Continue reading First Female Amputee to Climb Everest Receives Honorary Doctorate
Social media is a very popular tool among people with disabilities to stay connected despite the fact that most social media tools are not fully accessible. Staying connected electronically is even more important if a disability prevents a person from being able to easily travel. Continue reading Making Social Media More Accessible to People with Disabilities
We all find ourselves in situations in which we don’t know what to say or do. We may meet someone who moves or acts differently from us, and we wonder how we should react. Continue reading Ten Tips for Communicating with People with Disabilities
Sure, there’s plenty of talk nowadays about entrepreneurs and freelancers—people who work for themselves, set their own days, and run their own businesses. But there’s another crew in town that’s becoming increasingly popular: intrapreneurs.
If you’re not familiar with this term, you’re not alone.
Continue reading What Is an Intrapreneur and Why Does Everyone Want to Hire Them Right Now?
The Association of ERGs & Councils(a practice group of PRISM International, Inc.) released their annual list of the Top 25 US Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), Business Resource Groups (BRGs) and Diversity Councils set to receive the tenth annual 2019 ERG & Council Honors Award™ at an award ceremony during the 2019 ERG & Council Conference in Orlando May 3rd. Continue reading Top Organizations to Receive Diversity and Inclusion Honors Award At Annual Conference
By Brianna Flavin
The internet offers a massive amount of job interview advice, sample questions and potential responses. When you are trying to land a job, it’s easy to devour this advice in bulk, but that might actually be more detrimental to your career than you realize.
Continue reading Cliché Answers to the Most Common Interview Questions
Take your search game to the next level with these tools that’ll save you time and help you get more done.
Continue reading 40 incredibly useful things you didn’t know Google Search could do
Reena B. Patel, a licensed educational psychologist and author, has a new book that will help parents, educators, and children with combating anxiety.
Continue reading New Children’s Book Offers Highly Effective Anxiety Coping Strategies
Achieving work-life balance requires intentional effort
If you have a job and family, you know how hard it can be to juggle your work and your home life. Taking care of things both at home and in the office isn’t easy for anyone, and people with disabilities can often find it even harder to achieve a healthy balance. Continue reading Balancing Work and Life With Your Unique Abilities