1. Increase Efficiency by helping increase productivity, identify workflow needs and develop solutions that benefit businesses.
2. Build Strong Teams in providing diversity and inclusion which help businesses enhance the work places.
3.Simplify Success by making it easier to have a diverse and inclusive company.
The goal of Rocket Science HR is to create meaningful employment opportunities for people with disabilities by working with businesses and the broader community.
The Inclusive workforce is a working environment that values individuals and harnesses each individual's abilities, which enables a company to embrace different backgrounds and perspectives. Building an inclusive workplace is a significant facet of the modern workforce. An inclusive workforce includes minority groups and under-served populations, providing them an opportunity to be represented in the workforce. Employers strive for diversity because an inclusive workforce drives innovation. Race, ethnicity, and sex are common factors in diversity initiatives, but it is also important to consider sexual orientation, gender identity, age, and disability when striving toward inclusion. As employers strive toward full inclusion in the workplace, they should incorporate a comprehensive definition of diversity that applies to all hiring practices.
Benefits of an inclusive workforce include:
Each of these has been shown to increase staff morale, unlocks innovation, and drives the market growth. Companies that embrace diversity have been leading to out-innovate and out-perform other companies that have not adopted an inclusive workforce, according to Harvard Business (December 2013 issue).
When leaders embrace differences, all employees benefit from compelling ideas. Inclusion establishes a culture in which all employees can benefit from the following:
According to Harvard Business studies, employees in a diverse work culture are 3.5 times more likely to contribute their full innovative potential. Inclusion is the best way to provide value to any organization. An inclusive employer is a business that values a diverse workforce, including people with disabilities.
Supported employment is for persons:
Supported employment provides ongoing individualized support services that enable them to work a job and become successful workforce members.
Supported employment gives individuals with barriers to employment opportunities to work side-by-side with coworkers and experience the same benefits as other employees.
Supported employment refers to helping to tailor tasks to the individual's strengths, facilitating learning, and assisting the individual in independently carrying out a chosen job. It applies on-site training in real-life employment in their communities.
An employment consultant will work with the individual to identify their strengths, find areas of interest, and help individuals with disabilities expand skills and experience to propel them into their chosen career field. This can often be accomplished with vocational assessments, training, and coaching to serve as a springboard to independent competitive employment. Employment consultants will provide ongoing support to ensure that employer and employee needs are met.
Job coaching provides an opportunity for individuals to:
Supported employment is an evidence-based practice that has displayed positive results for businesses.