USPS recognizes employees with disabilities during National Disability Employment Awareness Month

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, and the Postal Service is joining organizations across the nation to recognize the contributions and talents of employees with disabilities and to raise awareness about disability employment.

The theme for this year’s campaign is “The Right Talent, Right Now.” You can learn more on the U.S. Department of Labor site’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month page, which has a downloadable poster and other materials, as well as a history of National Disability Employment Awareness Month.

The Postal Service’s National Disability Program and Reasonable Accommodation Blue pages also contain information on disability employment awareness and reasonable accommodation resources, including stand-up talks, policy and procedure links, and American Sign Language (ASL) instructional videos.


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What a joke!! This is the same organization that was found guilty of harassing and discriminating against 130,000 injured employees.Employees that wer trying to work with their limitations.They were systematically humiliated and. pushed out by the USPS. They are now currently dragging their feet on paying court ordered reparations.What a farce that the USPS cares about injured or handicapped. Publicity Scam to polish the image.