Services for Employers
MRCI partners with employers to meet business needs and serve as an ongoing resources in diversity integration.
MRCI partners with employers to meet business needs and serve as an ongoing resource in diversity integration.
Learn more about expanding your partnership with MRCI through these great resources:
MRCI has been in the talent development business for 65 years and is proud to be hosting an education series called Coaching Capacity. By presenting forward-thinking ideas, on 11 unique topics relevant to the talent development of your entire organization, we can help you build capacity.
Recruiting processes, technology enhancements, access to education and training, along with financial incentives are making it easier for employers to hire workers with disabilities or disadvantages, especially in partnership with MRCI.
Increase the collective awareness about different disability types and supportive employer resources available to support the various targeted populations.
More opportunities coming Coming Soon: The initiative allows a company simplicity and flexibility in partnering with MRCI. Each partnership is unique and activities are planned based on the needs and resources of those involved.
Businesses accommodating or hiring employees with disabilities may qualify for tax credits and deductions.
Chris Vorwerk has an eye for detail and design. It’s part of what prompted her to start her business, New Ulm-based United Commercial Upholstery, many years ago. She and her husband, co-owner Phil Vorwerk, take great pride in designing beautiful upholstered seats for golf carts and boats. Products you have to see to appreciate. Turns out their ability to look beyond the surface, though, has been one of their most rewarding business and personal ventures.
“When Tom Rivers walked in here and asked if we had interest in hiring a blind individual, I just didn’t really see how it could work in our business. I just didn’t see how the young man he mentioned could help us with sewing and upholstery without having visual feedback,” says Phil.