How Does AbilityLinks Work for Inclusive Employers?
AbilityLinks connects applicants with disabilities to inclusive employers, empowered by technology and a commitment to the communities we serve.
How do I list employment opportunities on AbilityLinks?
Demonstrate your support to an inclusive workplace and disability employment by becoming an AbilityLinks Sponsor! Benefits of the sponsorship program include advertisements that highlight your company and job opportunities, visibility in job search results, recognition in the AbilityLinks website header, and more. Plus, automated job posting is available for certain sponsorship tiers.
Create an account
The first step for new sponsors is to register as an AbilityLinks sponsoring employer.
Present your company
As an AbilityLinks Sponsor, you can create a dedicated company page to spread the word about your business and post career opportunities.
What are the benefits of becoming an AbilityLinks sponsor?
Access to a diverse talent pool
AbilityLinks is a dynamic community of candidates with disabilities and companies that value disability inclusion. Applicant skills, experience, and background range from entry level to administrative, technical, professional and managerial while member companies represent a wide range of industries, occupation types and business size.
Tools to empower your recruiting efforts
AbilityLinks employer sponsors receive a number of specific benefits for your organization's recruiting efforts. Benefits include featured employer ads, logo recognition on website, "featured" jobs, "sub" accounts for use by multiple recruiters from the same company, and more. Plus, automated job posting is available in certain sponsorship levels. Learn more.
A robust pool of community partners
Educational, advocacy and job programs, service providers, and disability-owned businesses are all part of the AbilityLinks community. Each of these sponsoring organizations can create a page that describes their organization, and how it can help both inclusive employers and job seekers.