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The State Exchange on Employment & Disability (SEED) is hosting this national online dialogue to gather input from state and local policymakers and other key stakeholders to identify trending issues and policy priorities around COVID-19's impact on the employment of people with disabilities.
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The U.S. Department of Labor hosted this national online dialogue to to gather input and ideas to understand the barriers that continue to limit the full participation of women in the workforce and to determine how best to provide resources to support women workers and create a more equitable economy.
The U.S. Department of Labor gathered ideas on the best ways to reach and inform teens about avoiding workplace hazards; the types of work they are allowed to do; age restrictions for work hours; employer wage requirements; employment training, including apprenticeships; and workplace discrimination.
Effecting Policy Change Through Crowdsourcing: ePolicyWorks National Online Dialogues
The U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) is pleased to host an important series of online dialogues to engage stakeholders in the policymaking process. Brought to you through the use of leading-edge crowdsourcing tools, these online dialogues are interactive platforms of collaboration. They enable ODEP to work with their partners to enlist the public's input on key policy issues related to the employment of people with disabilities by channeling the brainpower of our federal partners, disability advocacy and service provider organizations, employer groups, and other stakeholders.
Now, it's your turn to join the conversation. At ODEP, we rely on the insights and ideas of people like you to deeply understand the challenges faced by people with disabilities across the country. More importantly, your voice helps ODEP and our partners identify solutions, create policy and effect change that positively impacts the employment of people with disabilities.