[email protected] launches its redesigned website, aimed at helping Americans and veterans with disabilities find work-at-home employment, with features to help make it easier to apply for job services and get free training for at-home jobs.

“It is logically laid out and easy to understand. Potential employees will be able to quickly find the information they need to access and use NTI’s free services,” says Alan Hubbard, [email protected]’s chief operating officer, in a media release.

New and improved functionality allows users to navigate the process in a streamlined fashion on any device with the option to easily find and follow [email protected] on all major social media sites.

Director of Marketing Mike Sanders notes that he hopes this will “allow individuals with disabilities to reach out in easily accessible ways to ask questions and find answers as well as to engage in and follow [email protected]’s advocacy efforts in the community and around the globe.”

The site also provides a detailed overview of who is eligible for services and work-at-home employment and what steps are necessary to register, as well as information on how to access NTI’s free online training classes taught by industry professionals.

“I’m excited about the new website and think it turned out great. The new format will make it easier for people to understand the services we offer and the steps involved to apply for our at-home positions,” comments Leah Terrasi, senior director of employment services, in the release.

Created with the end-user in mind, the website was designed to be compatible with the various browsers and mobile devices in use today, and provides content that is easy to understand and navigate, which could assist users who are interested in registering for [email protected]’s services and learning more about returning to work following a disability.

The website also features press releases and other news items featuring [email protected] and the disability advocacy work in which the non-profit is involved, the release continues.

[Source(s): [email protected], PRWeb]