Part One: Transcending Compliance
Special Feature: Meeting the Universal Information Technology Needs of Sears Associates with Disabilities
Part Two: Chronology of Sears' ADA Transcendence
Special Feature: Selective Placement Program Helps Blind, Visually Impaired Employees Be Independent
Part Three: Five Core Implications for the 21st Century
ADA: Core Concepts
Special Feature: Education and Data Needed on Hidden Disabilities
The Culture of Dispute Avoidance and Conflict Resolution
Employment and Information Technology Resources
Comparison of 1994 Sears Work Force Data and National Statistics
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Recommended Citation: Peter David Blanck, Communicating the Americans with Disabilities Act, Transcending Compliance: A Case Report on Sears, Roebuck, and Co., (Washington, D.C.: The Annenberg Washington Program in Communications Policy Studies of Northwestern University, 1994).
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