Certified Placement Services, LLC specializes in assisting individuals with disabilities find employment. We offer 2 programs that help us assess and provide direct job placement services for our clients. Theres programs provide a no cost way for you as an employer to "try" our clients before actually hiring. The program provides benefit coverage, salary and Workman's Compensation plus if you decide to hire you may qualify for a Tax Credit!

Studies show that companies that employ individuals with disabilities report great results and gain:

Skilled employees.

Employees with disabilities learn to persevere and develop problem-solving, planning and people skills as part of managing a disability

Solid performance.

Statistically, employees with disabilities have better retention rates.

Cost saving.

Workers with disabilities are rated consistently as average or above average in performance, quality and quantity of work, flexibility, and attendance.

Disability Employment: Myths and Truths

Myth 1: Accommodations will be difficult and costly.

Truth: The average cost of workplace accommodations in 2006 was $600 or less. The vast majority of workers with disabilities do not require accommodations. (Job Accommodations Network, {Jan}, 2006)

Myth 2: People with disabilities will sue.

Truth: People with disabilities want jobs, not lawsuits, and they are no more a "legal liability" than other employees. (EEOC, 2006)

Myth 3: Employees with disabilities will use more sick leave and health care.

Truth: Employees with disabilities have been shown to have the same absentee and sick rates as non-disabled employees.

Truth: Large companies do not experience increased insurance premiums when they hire employees with disabilities. Because of recent Medicare changes and Medicaid buying programs, many people with disabilities carry their own primary insurance, thereby reducing their own primary insurance, thereby reducing their employers' costs. ﴾Social Security Administration {SSA}, 2006﴿

Truth: Companies that instituted Return‐to‐Work programs for employees who become disabled can actually reduce insurance costs.