Together, the companies will collaborate on content aimed at professionals with disabilities. In addition, job openings from GettingHired’s employer partners will be shared among AbleThrive’s audience.
“We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to have a rewarding career. This partnership will allow us to share resources and further help our country’s largest minority group—those with a disability—learn how to navigate the world of work and establish a meaningful career, says Tracey Klein, executive vice president of GettingHired, in a media release.
“GettingHired and AbleThrive are aligned in our missions and purpose to improve quality of life and provide opportunities for people with disabilities. Employment is a topic we cover and we’re happy to expand our offerings with this partnership,” adds Brittany Dejean, founder and executive director of AbleThrive, in the release.
[Source(s): Allegis Global Solutions, PRWeb]