DirectEmployers Association is excited to announce one of their newest partners, Tangram Business Resourcing (TBR), corporate disability consultants. TBR works with companies of all sizes to establish the corporate culture, target and recruit skilled workers with disabilities, integrate them successfully into the workplace and establish the ongoing support needed to ensure that employees can contribute to the success of an organization. As a result, the business realizes many positive benefits through a disability-inclusive workforce.
On Wednesday, October 18, join Kathy Bernhardt, Managing Director of TBR, as she discusses common practices that may unintentionally weed out people with disabilities (PWD) during the sourcing, interviewing and selection processes. In addition, she will share best practices for hiring these valued individuals within your organization, including:
- How common hiring practices create barriers for PWD
- How to expand your network to recruit PWD
- How to ensure all parts of your hiring processes are accessible
- What your interviews should focus on
After the webinar, attendees will receive access to an exclusive white paper from Tangram titled, “Reimagining Diversity – Making People with Disabilities Part of Your Team.”
Managing Director, Tangram Business Resourcing
Kathy Bernhardt, Managing Director of Tangram Business Resourcing, has over 15 years of successfully establishing corporate and community relationships. As the leader of this service, Kathy provides consultation in a variety of areas to help strengthen businesses and their employment structures. Her work is focused on disability and inclusion and the development of disability outreach initiatives for companies. Most recently, Kathy has been the project leader for a disability inclusion initiative at a national retail chain, providing over 50 presentations and trainings for retail stores, distribution centers, and call centers across 11 states.
Kathy specializes in building partner relationships on both state and national levels and strengthening connections between a variety of businesses and their communities. Through her strategic communications and marketing initiatives, Kathy enhances the goals of the businesses with which she works and creates community-based cultures that recognize the importance and the value of inclusive workplaces.
Kathy received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas Tech University.