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Federal jobs Schedule A disability preference, USAJOBS, nationwideState of Illinois jobs, Work 4 Illinois, varied locationsAdvocate Health Care, Bookkeeper II, Patient Service Rep, Nutritional Assistant, Downers Grove, ILPearl Interactive Network, Inc., Customer Service Representive, Virtual Document Specialist, Work From HomeMore featured jobs...
Federal jobs Schedule A disability preference, USAJOBS, nationwideState of Illinois jobs, Work 4 Illinois, varied locationsAdvocate Health Care, Bookkeeper II, Patient Service Rep, Nutritional Assistant, Downers Grove, ILPearl Interactive Network, Inc., Customer Service Representive, Virtual Document Specialist, Work From Home
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Meet an AbilityLinks candidate with a successful background in office management, admin, human resources and more. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and how you came into the HR sector?
Since growing up in rural Kansas, I have small town values and I work as a very hard worker at every position I've ever had. I have taken on challenges that I've never taken before. I was fortunate have it backed up in a solutions group to come in as sort of an administrative assistant. Read more.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), ADA25 Chicago, in collaboration with the Chicago Business Leaders Network (CBLN), launched the first annual Disability Inclusion Opportunity Summit on November 16, 2015.
The event was geared towards civic, business, and nonprofit organization leaders to examine successes and opportunities in implementation of the historic law—in short, how to make the environment and opportunities more accessible for people with disabilities. Read more.
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