What do you have to say about the ADA? Share your point of view! The survey closed on November 13, 2015.
MSCOD wants you to be a part of the future of the ADA in MN.
Take the Employment Survey
[The survey is now closed]
In 2015, the Americans with Disabilities Act will reach a 25-year milestone of having become law. As part of an overall effort to describe the ADA’s role in Minnesota, the Minnesota State Council on Disability (MSCOD) wants to know the impact of it on your experience as an employer or as a person with a disability who is currently employed or seeking employment.
More about the survey
Minnesota State Council on Disability contracted with the Improve Group, an external research group from Saint Paul, to study what the employment landscape in Minnesota looks like now that the ADA has been law for 25 years. We are asking employers and people with a disability who are employed or seeking employment to complete this survey to inform the public’s understanding of the ADA’s impact. The survey asks about the following:
- Familiarity with the ADA and laws regarding employment of people with disabilities
- Opinions about the ADA and experiences with employment, job-seeking, and hiring
- Experiences of people with disabilities with Human Resources professionals
- Best practices regarding employing people with disabilities
- Basic demographics
We also ask that you share this survey with everyone you know. All opinions count.
You may also request a copy of the study’s final report. We are excited to learn about your experience with ADA. Please contact Andy Mosca at 651-361-7803 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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