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employment of people with disabilities
At DePaul Industries, we aim to be the top choice and provide great service to customers of our staffing, security and consumer products divisions. But we also have a social mission: to help people with disabilities to have the opportunity to work.
2016 was a big year for us, and our impact for the year is featured in the infographic below.
DePaul Industries, a social enterprise non-profit whose mission is to employ individuals with disabilities, will open its eighth office this week in the Boise metropolitan area.
The expansion into the Boise market is in line with DePaul’s forward-thinking Strategic Plan 2011-2016, which aims for expansion into multiple additional markets and to nearly triple employment of people with disabilities by the end of fiscal year 2016.
On the heels of a U.S Labor Department effort to encourage federal contractors to hire a minimum number of disabled workers or face penalty, the Wall Street Journal reported that a number of companies have “flooded the department with complaints that the rule amounts to a first-ever government quota for hiring disabled workers that woul
Great news! We released our 2011 disability employment statistics today, showing an increase of 21% of hours worked by people with disabilities for DePaul Industries.
There’s a great radio overview of the DePaul Industries’ business model at 105.1 FM The Buzz, highlighting our various business units and how we operate a integrated social venture—successfully helping business and people with disabilities simultaneously.
The $25.7 million company’s five-year Strategic Plan will scale its existing social entrepreneurial operations to increase revenue and expand employment opportunities
DePaul Industries, the Northwest’s premier outsourcing organization, celebrates 40 years of service to its customers and people with disabilities with record-breaking numbers, significant accolades, and pioneering entrepreneurship that simultaneously solves business problems and provides social benefit.