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COVID-19 Employment Resources

By Nicky Miller 

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a great economic impact, leaving millions of Americans unemployed. Throughout this challenging time, we understand the need and importance of helpful and reliable employment resources and information.

Below is a list of resources for various needs and assistance that may be useful to you, your employers or family members. Please know that you are not alone, we will get through this together.


Employment Benefits Resources



Find a Job

State of New Jersey COVID-19 Jobs and Hiring Portal


What New Jersey Workers Should Know

Worker Benefits, Protections and the Coronavirus (COVID-19): What NJ Workers Should Know


Frequently Asked Employment and COVID-19 Questions

Ask your employment questions: Ask Your COVID-19 Questions Here


Employment Webinars



Helpful Articles

People with Disabilities Want to Contribute to the Workforce

How governments should maintain disability services during the pandemic

NJ Human Services Announces $70 Million in Food Assistance for Vulnerable Families in New Jersey



Beyond COVID-19

Motivational Employment Related Podcasts - Professionals share information about working to help people find jobs that are suitable to their skills and individuals share experiences finding work and staying at work after an injury.

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    Dr. John O’Neill on Employing People with Disabilities

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    Megan Helsel - Returning to Work after a Spinal Cord Injury

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    Craig Brod - Returning to Work after a Spinal Cord Injury



Employment Resources for Professionals

A White Paper for Professionals in Grant making, Workforce Development, Disability Employment, and Human Resources
Download the paper for free, here: Employing People with Disabilities: Lessons from Kessler Foundation’s Signature Employment Grants

Read our 2017 Kessler Foundation National Employment and Disability Survey: Supervisor Perspectives. The survey explored the workplace experiences of supervisors, who are uniquely positioned to assess the processes and practices used by American employers to recruit and hire, onboard and train, and retain and accommodate employees with and without disabilities.