Positive Return on Investment
Employees Who Have Disabilities Yield Attractive Returns
The return on investment when you employ people who have disabilities starts with cost savings and profit. When studied as a group, these employees contribute unique skills, perspectives, and work ethics that help reduce employment costs overall.
- Reduce turnover and recruitment costs when you expand your access to talent that tends to exhibit long-term loyalty.
- Avoid productivity losses incurred from unfilled positions.
- Create more efficient work processes through new perspectives and abilities.
- Leverage tax incentives, when applicable, ranging from $2,400 - $15,000.
For more comprehensive information on how hiring people who have disabilities can improve hiring ROI for your business, visit the Employer Assistance and Resource Network and use keyword 'ROI.'