Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Chicago Chamber of Commerce Taps into ADA

See this story, which begins:

Ask most people with disabilities what they want and they'll tell you they want a job. A Chicago group is making "major moves" to link employers with people who are disabled so everyone benefits.

The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce is on a mission to re-educate employers about the Americans with Disabilities Act. The ADA fights discrimination against disabled people in many arenas, including employment.

CBS 2 disabilities reporter Jim Mullen tells us the chamber wants to show employers how the ADA can help them find loyal, hard-working employees.
I'd be interested in hearing the full story of this program.


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