Disability Resources for Employers

Below you will find resources and support services for employers to recruit and effectively accommodate individuals with disabilities

MRC Specific Resources


  • Job-Driven Skills Training: MRC has partnered with employers to create job-driven training programs to train and employ service recipients. These programs provide service recipients with the skills and experience to develop a career path. To date, MRC has developed job-driven trainings with: CVS Health, Advance Auto Parts, Home Depot, G4S, Allied Barton Universal Security, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, CISCO Cybersecurity Training, and Lowe's.
  • On-The-Job Training (OJT): The OJT program gives employers incentives to hire individuals with disabilities and to create a more equitable and diverse workforce. Individuals with disabilities receive training and skills for career development while being fairly compensated.


  • Annual Hiring EventThe MRC Federal Hiring Event, in partnership with US Office of Contract Compliance Program (OFCCP), provides service recipients with access to jobs and connects federal contractors with access to qualified applicants. Candidates may also interview for open positions across the Commonwealth. 

Work with MRC

MRC team members maintain business relationships with employers at the local, regional and statewide level to develop and secure jobs for qualified MRC consumers that are ready, willing, and able to work.

For more information on how your organization can find experienced and qualified candidates with disabilities, just contact your MRC Employer Service Specialist, at 1-800-245-6543 or contact your local MRC office.

Information on the ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act)

Other helpful resources

  • U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy 
    The U.S. Department of Labor has launched a free nationwide employer service to increase the representation of people with disabilities in the workforce. The Employer Assistance Referral Network (EARN) was implemented on March 1, 2001 and is designed to assist employers in locating and recruiting qualified workers with disabilities. 

  • Job Accommodation Network
    The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is an international toll-free consulting service that provides information about job accommodations and guidance for employing individuals with disabilities. JAN is not a job placement service but provides information regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

  • Microsoft Technology Solutions

  • IBM Accessibility Systems

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