DVR and SRC Host Annual Recognition Awards
THE DELAWARE DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION AND
THE STATE REHABILITATION COUNCIL RECOGNIZES
THE VALUE OF WORKPLACE INCLUSION AT ITS ANNUAL RECOGNITION AWARDS LUNCHEON
Wilmington, DE, December 6, 2018 — The Delaware Department of Labor’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) and the State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) will celebrate workplace inclusion by honoring the value and contribution of employees with disabilities and employers who hire them.
“Each year we are proud to honor businesses in our state that have created workplaces that are inclusive of employees from diverse backgrounds as well as those with disabilities,” said DVR Director Andrea Guest. “We also recognize employees with disabilities who have persevered and overcome barriers to achieve success in the workplace.”
Workplace inclusion is fostering a culture of diversity that includes hiring people with disabilities. Employers who create a culture of inclusion benefit from increased creativity and build diverse businesses that are prepared to face today’s challenges.
2018 Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and State Rehabilitation Council
Annual Workplace Inclusion Recognition Awards Luncheon
Monday, December 10th
11:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Dover Downs Hotel – Ballroom A
Dover, Delaware 19903
The mission of the Delaware Department of Labor Division of Vocational Rehabilitation is to provide individualized services to employers and people with disabilities, developing career pathways that link qualified employees to jobs, resulting in greater independence and a more inclusive workplace. The State Rehabilitation Council is a consumer driven, Governor-appointed organization whose mission is to provide support and advice to the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.