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Creating Career Opportunities for Job Seekers with Disabilities through
- This work covers securing satisfying jobs for people with disabilities by fostering partnerships between employment specialists and businesses. It helps readers to: understand the theoretical framework for improving career development practices through relationship building; understand what employers want and expect from employment service providers; learn about the building blocks of strong partnerships with employers; find practical guidelines for getting to know both job seekers and employers, marketing proactively to businesses, matching job seeker characteristics with employer needs; consider the possibility of non-traditional employment through customized job consultation; and explore specific ways to make employment service programmes more customer-oriented and understandable to employers.
- Part I Foundations For Partnership: Job Development And Placement - Toward A New Emphasis On Outcomes; The Employment Process - A Conceptual Framework; Setting The Stage - Job Or Careers? Jo Ann Hutchinson; Employer Perceptions Of Disability And Disability Employment Service Programmes; Developing Relationships For Effective Business Partnerships; Partnerships At Work - Illustrative Case Studies, Richard G. Luecking Et Al. Part II Job Development And Placement - A Customer Focused Framework: Fundamental Skills For Employment Specialists; Knowing The Job Seeker Customer; Knowing The Employer Customer; Marketing To Prospective Employer Customers; Customer-Driven, Customized Job Matches - Meshing Job Seeker Characteristics With Employer Needs; Quality Service And Customer Satisfaction In Job Placement And Business Partnerships. Part III New Directions For Employment Partnerships: Non-Traditional Employment Through Customized Consultation, Richard G. Luecking And Sara Murphy; The Job Is Only The Beginning - Job Retention And Career Growth; Organization Change - Building Business Friendly Services, Richard G. Luecking And Debra Martin Luecking. (Part Contents).
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