Move over Barbie and Elmo, and make room for tablets. They’re a hot item on kids’ holiday wish lists, but buying one for a child isn’t necessarily an easy decision. Mom of two Dana Marlowe keeps up with work and family using her iPad, but her
New Jobs Podcasts with Bruce Hurwitz Presents on BlogTalkRadio Persons with disabilities constitute 20% of the population of the United States. Put differently, the disabled represent the largest minority group in the country. My guest will be
New regulations under health care reform, combined with the American with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008, or ADAAA, should have a positive impact upon pregnant women and new moms in the workplace—and their employers. According to the U.S.
Remote work arrangements are the daydreams of many office-based workers. But in a job market where competition is high, what must remote workers do to reduce risk of replacement and keep their professional “edge”? The latest jobs numbers are in,
Pause for a second, stop reading this article and close your eyes. Imagine living life as one of the 1.3 million blind people in the United States. Think about how you would access information exchanged over the Internet. For 60-year old New York
What does your company do? We provide consulting and testing services for technology for people with disabilities. Basically, if a private company has a product, we help them determine, through rigorous testing, whether a person with a disability
Sometimes small businesses can get tunnel vision—they expect their target customers are the only ones who will want their product or service. But sales can come from unexpected places. For instance, have you ever thought about selling to the