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Employers with a history of hiring people with disabilities had lower levels of concern on work performance and administrative concern subscales. (2003)."Identification of the characteristics of work environments and employers open to hiring and accommodating people with disabilities." Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 46(3): 130-139.
Employers with an existing policy toward hiring people with disabilities had lower levels of concern across all subscales. This study determined the characteristics of employers who are open to hiring and supporting people with disabilities.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission had resolved all allegations in terms of merit Resolutions (a positive finding of discrimination) and Resolutions without merit.
Allegations of workplace discrimination were found to center mainly on hiring, discharge, harassment, and reasonable accommodation issues.
Results suggest that employers differ in their level of concern by industry type.