A diverse and inclusive workforce is a key competitive advantage for businesses across the State of Colorado. At the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, business partners are supported by a Unit of skilled and experienced business service professionals who specialize in the dual customer approach of matching a strong, diverse workforce with business partners seeking to recruit and retain talented individuals across the State of Colorado.
We are committed to helping our business partners find candidates who are skilled, loyal, and committed to your success. Even after placement, employers and employees are provided ongoing support from our professional staff to ensure a positive job match for both the business and employee.
Across Colorado, too many workers with proven skills are currently left out of the workplace. As Colorado's leading placement organization for people with disabilities, the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation is working to change this by bridging talent and ability so businesses and workers succeed.
Services for Employers
The Business Relations Unit is equipped to assist your business or organization with a variety of individualized service offerings to meet the specific, unique needs and goals of your business or organization. recruiting qualified applicants for employment, training, posting a job, tax credits, and more. We have a large untapped talent pool of job seekers with a variety of backgrounds and skills who are motivated to work. Employees with disabilities bring unique experiences and understanding that transform a workplace.
Are you looking to attract or recruit job seekers with diverse personal and professional experiences?
The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation represents and serves a large, untapped talent pool of job seekers with a diverse composition of skills and experience with the common motivation to obtain and retain meaningful employment that is consistent with their skills and experience. The Business Relations Unit can assist with general and targeted recruitment efforts; job opening posting, analyses of your business and/or a specific employment opportunity to determine a positive job seeker match; on-the-job training; work-based learning opportunities; as well as the development of employment events to meet the workforce needs of your business.
The Business Relations Unit is skilled at developing and delivering a variety of training and educational offerings to the individualized needs of your business or organization. Topics can include disability awareness and etiquette training; reasonable accommodations, assistive technology, the American’s with Disabilities Act; Tax Incentives, as well as additional offerings related to the best practices for recruiting and retaining a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Turnover is an expensive challenge facing businesses due to the costs associated with reductions in productivity, increase demands on additional staff, new staff recruitment, and training. The Business Relations Unit can assist your business or organization with retaining staff by supporting both the business and employee with addressing the barriers that are impacting the employee’s ability to continue to be successful within their position.