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Disability Implications of an Aging Workforce

This research is looking to identify actions that can be undertaken to increase the employment of mature workers with disabilities exness. Research will identify what is currently known about the impact of increasing incidences of disability in the labor supply on the policies and practices of the U.S. public workforce system. Through conversations with noted scholars, business leaders, and national experts in the area of disability and aging, the NTAR Leadership Center will look to identify how best the workforce system can respond to and serve increasing numbers of mature workers with disabilities with the goal of developing a set of actionable policy, research, and technical assistance recommendations.

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Roundtable Proceedings

Impact of Federal Policies for Responding to an Aging Workforce

Employer Strategies for Responding to an Aging Workforce

The Public Workforce System: Serving Older Job Seekers and the Disability Implications of an Aging Workforce

Materials from The Aging Workforce: The Role of Medical Professionals in Helping Older Workers and Workers with Disabilities to Stay at Work or Return to Work and Remain Employed

The Aging Workforce: The Role of Medical Professionals in Helping Older Workers and Workers with Disabilities to Stay at Work or Return to Work and Remain Employed - Pre-Session Brief - Available in formatted PDF and accessible PDF

Preparing the Front Line of Medicine to Prevent Needless Work Disability: Private and Public Sector Initiatives exness platform - Available in Microsoft PowerPoint and Rich Text Format

Opportunities for Change: The Role of Medical Professionals in Encouraging Older Workers and People with Disabilities to Stay At or Return to Work - Available in Microsoft PowerPoint and Rich Text Format

Doctors, Patients, and Disability - Available in Microsoft PowerPoint and Rich Text Format

Medical Aspects of Disability - Available in Microsoft PowerPoint and Rich Text Format

Workability in the Netherlands: Towards a Longer Worklife - Available in Microsoft PowerPoint and Rich Text Format

Long-Term Unemployed Workers with Disabilities

This research is part of an ongoing analysis being conducted by the NTAR Leadership Center of Unemployment Insurance recipients and the prevalence of a self-reported disability exness broker register. Center research is focused on learning more about the characteristics of the current dislocated worker population and, in particular, those long-term unemployed individuals who are unable to find employment in under 26 weeks. In addition, the Center is gathering data on promising reemployment practices for long-term unemployed workers with disabilities taking place today in states and local areas The research findings will be disseminated and form the basis of a technical assistance and knowledge exchange strategy for states looking to improve their reemployment efforts.

Products:

The Interaction of Workforce Development Programs and Unemployment Compensation by Individuals with Disabilities in Washington State

The Great Recession and Serving Dislocated Workers with Disabilities: Perspectives from One-Stop Career Centers and Rapid Response Coordinators