How Hiring the Disabled Boosts More than the Bottom Line

Donating to earthquake victims, hosting employee volunteer days, and buying more local products — a new Harvard Business Review article says many corporate philanthropic efforts, while well intended, don’t always provide real societal returns, and could end up hurting businesses in the long run. The authors, Harvard professors Michael Porter and Mark Kramer, introduce a … Continue reading “How Hiring the Disabled Boosts More than the Bottom Line”

Millennials in the workplace

You’ve heard a lot about the Millennials, the youngest generation in today’s workforce — born between 1980 and 2000. There are about 75 million Millennials and this group includes many people with disabilities. Millennials, also known as Gen-Y, have been criticized for not being as hard-working as Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers, but they have many … Continue reading “Millennials in the workplace”