Starting March 24, employers that have contracts with the federal government face new rules for managing workers who are disabled or military veterans.
One big change: You must invite applicants to identify their disability status at the time of application. And, once a year you must report the number of people with disabilities who apply and have been hired. The rules carry similar requirements for vets.
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