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Disability Advisory Service (DAS)

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Have you heard the good news?
Springboard has expanded its comprehensive global offerings to include

Disability Advisory Service

Led by our CEO, Nadine Vogel, Springboard’s new Disability Advisory Service (DAS) provides companies with customized monthly support on multidisciplinary insights, guidance and counsel on the issues and processes related to candidates, employees and customers with disabilities. 

Whether acting as a sounding board for the development of a new disability strategy or initiative, providing counsel on the implementation of proposed or new legislation or serving as an executive coach in terms of interacting, communicating and/or working side by side someone with a disability, Springboard’s DAS is for you. 

  • Does your company find itself in need of on-going expertise on workforce, workplace and/or marketplace issues relative to individuals with disabilities?
  • Do you find yourself scrambling for guidance beyond legal commentary?
  • Would you like to have access to this type of support available whenever needed? 

If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, yet don’t have the ability to add headcount for such expertise, then Springboard’s Disability Advisory Service (DAS) is for you. 

Want to know more? Contact Ivette Lopez via email at ivette@consultspringboard.com, 973-813-7260 x. 102

Founded in 2005, Springboard is recognized as the expert in mainstreaming disability in the global workforce, workplace and marketplace. Serving corporations and organizations throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe and Asia, Springboard has become a trusted partner in relation to disability issues and initiatives across virtually every business category. Springboard annually honors exemplary organizational initiatives that promote the outreach, support & engagement of people with disabilities as employees and as consumers through the Disability Matters Awards.

This information should not be construed as “legal advice” for a particular set of facts or circumstances. It is intended only to be a practical guide for participants familiar with this subject. Users should seek appropriate legal advice tailored to address their specific situation.