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How Does AbilityLinks Work for Employers?

By combining the latest technology AbilityLinks connects applicants with disabilities to inclusive employers.

Create an account

Register as an employer. (Check if your company is already a member before registering.)

Present your company

Add a company page to help others learn more about your business. The jobs you post will appear on your page.

Find talent

Job seekers can view your company page, and you can post jobs, search resumes and receive applications.

What are the Advantages of Joining AbilityLinks?


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.


Get On The Board

Demonstrate your support for disability employment by becoming an AbilityLinks Sponsor! Benefits include Ads that highlight your company and job opportunities, high visibility in job search results, automated job posting, recognition in AbilityLinks website header and more.

Recruiting events and educational resources

AbilityLinks hosts virtual job fairs and webinars that connect employers to candidates, and maintains an events calendar and online library for members with the latest disability employment resources and tools. 

A robust pool of community partners

Educational, advocacy and job programs, and disability owned businesses are all part of the AbilityLinks community. Each of these organizations creates a page that describes their organization and how it can help businesses and job seekers.

Member benefits

Member companies have a page on AbilityLinks with a description, job postings, contact information, video, links and updates, and you can search resumes and receive applications.

Sponsor benefits

Sponsor and supporter benefits include featured employer ads, automated job posting, logo recognition on website, featured jobs, sub accounts for multiple recruiters from your company and priority invitations to virtual job fairs. Learn more.

Why did AbilityLinks begin?

Created in 2001 and dedicated to helping persons with disabilities find jobs.

Persons with disabilities want the opportunity to pursue a career of their own choosing but have an unemployment rate that is two time higher than average, not counting individuals who become discouraged and stop actively seeking work. At the same time, businesses that value a diverse work force lag behind when it comes to disability inclusion. They want better access to candidates with disabilities. That’s why AbilityLinks, a first of its kind website for persons with disabilities, was launched in 2001.