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Honoring the Impact of Mentoring, Today and Every Day | U.S. Department of Labor Blog


Is there someone who made a positive difference your life and career? In honor of National Mentoring Month and “Thank Your Mentor Day” on Jan. 26, five staff members from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy reflected on the mentors who helped them discover their interests, launch their careers or advance along their chosen paths.


JAN webcasts are available in the JAN Webcast Series Library. These webcasts may be used to train employees (e.g., people leaders) on job accommodation and ADA compliance topics.


“Accommodations for Difficulties with Assisting Others on the Telephone Due to Stress, Anxiety, and Interpersonal Communications”


What can you do if your employer forces you out on leave after you request an accommodation? This JAN resource offers practical guidance “Leave as an Ineffective Accommodation”


How does workplace mentoring work? It's a learning partnership between employees for purposes of sharing information, knowledge, and insight in all aspects of employment. It's all Good!


To help policymakers and others better understand the disability employment landscape, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy recently published a new interactive data map that illustrates how median earnings vary by state and sex among currently working adults with disabilities. #DisabilityData




Disability inclusion is about more than hiring; it also means taking steps to retain the talents of valued employees with disabilities. EARN is committed to helping employers retain disabled employees. Learn more


The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, along with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. Department of Energy and other federal agencies, recently published a series of resources to help policymakers, building operators, schools and employers improve indoor air quality as a way to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and other airborne diseases. #IndoorAirQualityAtWork,Indoor%20Air%20Quality,-The%20Biden%2DHarris


Must an employer allow an employee with a disability to work a modified or part-time schedule as a reasonable accommodation, absent undue hardship? Read this JAN resource:


COVID-19 and Employment Trends for People with Disabilities | U.S. Department of Labor Blog


“COVID-19 and Employment Trends for People with Disabilities” explains that the employment-population ratio for people with disabilities fully recovered in 2021.



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