Employment provides opportunities for individuals to find personal fulfillment and the labor market increasingly rewards socio-labor skills. But many people with disabilities are not afforded this opportunity to contribute to society through work.
While technical skills are important for employees, research exploring the traits valued by employers suggests that both soft and hard skills have been identified as necessary for employees and to develop the socio-laboral skills is an important aspect.
Throughout this chapter we present activities to work with your students:
- Team building and Cooperation
- Following Directions
- Conflict resolution
- Relationship management
- Planning and decision-making skills