• Research Study One

    A Systematic Review and Case Study Analysis of Employer Practices related to Recruiting, Hiring, Training, Integrating, Retaining, and Promoting People with Disabilities

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  • Research Study Two

    Development and Validation of a Comprehensive Employment Outcome Measure

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  • Research Study Three

    An In-Depth Case Study of a Large Health Systems' Employer Practices to Promote Employment Outcomes: An Employer Led Intervention to Change Behavior

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  • Research Study Four

    An Analysis of Business Practices that Lead to Performance and Retention of People with Disabilities in the Workplace: A Demand Side Study

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Research Study 1

A Systematic Review and Case Study Analysis of Employer Practices related to Recruiting, Hiring, Training, Integrating, Retaining, and Promoting People with Disabilities

Read more

Research Study 2

Development and Validation of a Comprehensive Employment Outcome Measure
 

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Research Study 3

An In-Depth Case Study of a Large Health Systems' Employer Practices to Promote Employment Outcomes: An Employer Led Intervention to Change Behavior

Read more

Research Study 4

An Analysis of Business Practices that Lead to Performance and Retention of People with Disabilities in the Workplace: A Demand Side Study

Read more
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Dr. Paul Wehman, Director of VCU's Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, speaks about the employment of people with physical and intellectual disabilities.
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California bill to end subminimum wage for workers with disabilities passes Senate

BY DANIELA PARDO LOS ANGELES -- In 2022, California is set to raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour. As of now, not all workers in the state will qualify for the raise. Since 1938, employers in California have been able to apply for a certificate that has allowed them to pay employees with disabilities less than the federal minimum wage.

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Lou Brown (right) transferring the TASH Board of Directors Chairmanship to Wayne Sailor (left).

Remembering Lou Brown

We regret to inform you that Lou Brown, one of TASH’s co-founders, passed away on May 1, 2021. We mourn his loss, we are grateful for his vision and we honor his legacy by continuing to fight for equity, opportunity, and inclusion.