21st Century Workplace: Your Home!

April 2009
PN;Apr2009, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p23
Trade Publication
The article profiles Creating Opportunities by Recognizing Abilities (CORA) in the U.S. The company specializes in hiring people with disabilities, with thousands of employees across the U.S. CORA features its online jobs that provide an unconventional office environments along with training and a full complement of support.


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