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Elaine Katz Shares Employment Insights at Symposium

Photo of Elaine Katz, senior vice president of grants and communications
Submitted by nmiller on Mon, 04/22/2019 - 12:02

Earlier this month Elaine Katz, senior vice president of grants and communications at Kessler Foundation, spoke at the My Talent Pipeline Launch Symposium. She shared the results of the latest national trends in disability employment labor report, also known as nTIDE. Kessler Foundation collaborates with the University of New Hampshire’s Institute on Disability to issue the report and to analyze the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Jobs Report in relation to the disabilities community.  

The keynote speaker was Joe Zesski, NJ Affiliate program manager for the Cornell University’s Northeast ADA Center. Zesski is an expert in the field of creating successful employment strategies for organizations of all sizes that seek to cultivate an inclusive talent culture. He shared how to use the results of the Center’s 2019 survey, ADA Title I: New Jersey Workplace Trends, to benchmark integrative opportunities and solutions for organizations along with revealing case studies about how successful companies are adding talent that positively adds to their bottom line, reduces turnover, and increases market retention.

Attendees walked away with insights, relevant tips, resources, and data to deliver an abilities-talent acquisition strategy for their companies.

See how Kessler Foundation is closing the employment gap using scientific research and nTIDE, read the nTIDE report  and watch the latest nTIDE Lunch& Learn webinar featuring Anna Zivarts, program director at Rooted in Rights. Rooted in Rights produces videos and social media campaigns exclusively on disability rights issues.

The My Talent Pipeline Launch Symposium, was sponsored by Kessler Foundation.