Resources for Employing Individuals with Disabilities
Resources for Employing Veterans
  • OFCCP Veterans Resource Page: Sources outlined by OFCCP to facilitate employment of Veterans
  • American Job Centers (AJCs)—The American Job Center Network connects businesses to individuals seeking employment through local American Job Centers. As an employer you can post jobs in the Veterans Job Bank, the central source for identifying Veteran-committed employment opportunities and helping employers hire qualified Veterans, as well as connect with your local labor exchange and state job bank to reach jobseekers locally and around the country.
  • America’s Job Exchange – connecting hard–working nonexecutive job seekers with employers that are looking to build a diverse workforce.
  • CareerOneStop “Business Center”—The CareerOneStop Business Center, created by the U.S. Department of Labor, is an employment source for hiring and training a strong workforce. The site provides employers access to tools for hiring Veterans, a public job bank, job fairs, local training programs, recruiting and hiring resources, and information on training and retaining employees.
  • DirectEmployers Association—is a nonprofit HR consortium of leading global employers formed to improve labor market efficiency through the sharing of best practices, research, and the development of technology.
  • Hero 2 Hired—provides employers free, direct access to qualified candidates who already have background checks and security clearances.
  • National Labor Exchange (NLX)—The NLX is provided as a public service by leading global employers in alliance with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) and participating states. This organization collects and distributes job openings exclusively found on corporate career websites and state job banks. Employers can post their jobs free through NLX’s alliance with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies which supplies jobs automatically to US jobs.
  • Wounded Warrior Project—Wounded Warrior Project supports employers by helping them connect with qualified candidates, providing information and education about combat-related injuries (such as post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury), reasonable accommodations, facilitating a productive onboarding process, and developing a long-lasting relationship throughout the life cycle of employment.
General Diversity Sites
  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce – U.S. Chamber of Commerce tends to recruiters looking for the top talent from around the globe. With their years of experience, they understand the requirements of the recruiters and provide skilled candidates that perfectly match the profile needs.
  • The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) – specializes in providing professionals from the field of Human Resource Management. They have their network spread around 140 countries around the globe, more than 575 affiliated chapters in the United States and subsidiary offices in China and India, thus catering to diverse needs of the recruiters.
  • Employer Assistance & Recruiting Network (EARN) – non-profit organization that provides recruitment to experts in respective fields coming from low-wages families. It forms a link between talented candidates and recruiting companies looking to unleash their potential.
National Industry Liaison Group
Miscellaneous Sites
  • US Department of Labor Data Enforcement: review dispositions of investigations including EBSA Plan Administration, MSHA Inspections, OFCCP Evaluations, OFCCP Investigations, OSHA Inspections, and WHD Cases.
  • National Pre-Award Registry – The National Pre-Award Registry provides information concerning Federal Contractors who have been reviewed by OFCCP and have been found to be “In Compliance” with EEO regulations that the OFCCP is mandated to enforce. The information contained in this Registry is fora past two-year period.