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Thirty-Five New Jersey Companies Named to New National Honor Roll for their Support of People with Disabilities – TRENTON, NJ (November 7, 2011)
The Disabilities At Work Honor Roll recognizes companies for ‘going beyond compliance’ in their recruiting practices, providing support for employees with disabilities, or supporting disabled causes with philanthropic investments. Click here to see the list of companies that have been endorsed for their support of people with disabilities. PDF | DOC | TEXT

Disability Supplier Diversity Program (DSDP) on Disabilities At Work Radio Show – WASHINGTON, DC (April 15, 2010)
The US Business Leadership Network (USBLN®) Executive Director
John D. Kemp and Affiliate Director Aditi Dussault were featured speakers on Disabilities At Work Radio on
its premier show that aired on April 14, 2010 at Noon Eastern Time. John and Aditi discussed the USBLN, its
mission and its programs, to a worldwide audience on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel. PDF | DOC | TEXT

Disabilities At Work to Launch
Live Internet Talk Radio Show –
TRENTON, NJ ( March 8, 2010)
Disabilities At Work (DAW) is gearing up to launch its Internet Talk Radio Show
on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel. Disabilities At Work Radio will focus on broad areas of interest to
people with disabilities, their advocates, and employers. The hour-long show debuts on Wednesday, April
14 at Noon EST and will air every Wednesday thereafter.
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New Jersey School Serving Students With Disabilities Gives DAW Endorsement to Local Company – LINDEN, NJ (May 21, 2009)
As the School-to-Work Coordinator for special needs and at-risk students at Mainland Regional High School, Special Education Teacher John Capasso is constantly on the lookout for business partners in the community who can help him get his students ready for the demands of the 21st Century workplace. PDF | DOC | TEXT

New National Program Encourages Consumers to ‘Back the Plaque’ ( May 21, 2009)Disabilities At Work, a new national program, aims to acknowledge and reward businesses that support people with disabilities. Once endorsed by a service provider or similar entity, a business is granted the right to display the Disabilities At Work logo on websites, products, window decals and wall plaques. A concurrent consumer advocacy effort called ‘Back the Plaque’ will encourage people with disabilities, their families, friends and supporters, who control more than $200 billion in annual disposable income, to patronize these businesses. PDF | DOC | TEXT