Job seekers learn how to help interviewers focus on their abilities—not their disabilities. This video is for individuals who want to take charge of their own destinies. Job seekers receive tips on dealing effectively with interviewers who spend as much time focusing on an applicant's disabling condition as on the applicant's ability to do the job.
Viewers learn how to make an informed decision about to whom, if, and when they should disclose their disabilities. They discover how to put an interviewer at ease, answer unasked questions about their ability to do the job, and deal with improper disability etiquette. This video also includes a discussion about handling illegal or inappropriate questions.