Informational Call for Employees, Parents, & Providers

Job One is hosting an informational phone call on Monday, March 30 at 6:30pm to address questions and concerns that our employees, their parents, and providers may have. We hope you will dial in and join us! To listen to the call: Dial: +1 312 626 6799 Meeting ID: 567 … read more

Free Resources to Support Well-Being

We know this is a hectic and uncertain time for many people––not just Job One employees. Our Employee Resource Advocate, Chelsi Flores, compiled these free resources to help you stay sane, active and supported during the corona pandemic. If there’s a resource you like that you don’t see on this … read more

Easy To Read Coronavirus Informational Booklet

This easy to read booklet about the Coronavirus is from SARTAC.   This booklet was written by and for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). It focuses on “need to know” information (not “nice to know” information).   Click HERE for: Plain Language Booklet on Coronavirus Click HERE for: Spanish Plain … read more

Services for Our Employees Suspend Temporarily; Business Operations Continue

In response to the continuously developing situation & regulatory recommendations regarding the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic, service operations are temporarily suspended for most Job One workers with disabilities; all staff members will continue to work their normal schedule. All Job One business operations will continue during this time. Staff members are encouraged to … read more


As you are all aware the Coronavirus is causing concern globally and in recent days has started to spread in parts of the United States.  As a result, many governmental agencies and private corporations are making decisions to restrict access to certain buildings, allow some workers to telecommute and cancel … read more

5 Reasons to Destroy Old Hard Drives & Digital Media

Whether your old personal PC or company laptops, there is sensitive data stored on each and every machine, including phones, tablets, printers, copies and scanners. Personal information, client information, bank account and financial records, addresses, social security numbers, health care information, tax filing records – the list of data housed … read more

Love Yourself: How To Be Your Own Advocate!

Happy February from Your Employee Resource Advocate! Have you ever advocated for yourself or someone else? Being your own advocate means that you ask for what you need while respecting the needs of others. For example, if you need to check out at the grocery store but the clerk seems … read more

Shred for Safety––Reduce Your Risk!

As tax season gets underway, it’s a great time to take stock of your data and paperwork to see how you can limit your exposure for identity theft or misuse of sensitive information. Whether for your business or personal records, commercial shredding is the best, most secure and environmentally responsible … read more

Happy New Year from Your Employee Resource Advocate

The New Year is a great time to think about your goals for 2020! What changes would you like to see in your new year? What goals can you use to improve your life? Your goal may be to lead a healthier life, save more money, spend more time with … read more

How to ensure job opportunities for individuals with disabilities

Providing employment choices and job opportunities for individuals with all levels of disability are central components to Job One’s mission. We are strong proponents of offering integrated community employment options and have an entire team dedicated to developing community job opportunities with our Job One Careers division. However, for many … read more