FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., Aug. 30, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- My Employment Options, Inc., a leading Employment Network for people with disabilities, today announced that its CEO and Founder, Paula Vieillet, has been selected to be the 2019 recipient of the Corporate Award by the Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA). Paula was recognized for her personal approach combined with her vision that has led My Employment Options to become a leading national Ticket to Work Program Employment Network.
Invisible Disabilities Association will present the Corporate Award to Paula Vieillet during their October 18th Annual "Invisible No More" Gala in Denver, Colorado. IDA created the annual event to honor and generate industry-wide recognition for the achievements and positive contributions of CEO's, businesses and individuals spanning every business arena across the United States who advocate for a population whose voices need to be heard and who need to be seen.
Paula Vieillet, My Employment Options Founder and CEO, has been helping people with physical, mental, and emotional challenges find suitable jobs for over 25 years as a Certified Vocational Evaluator (CVE). She is nationally recognized as a consultant and speaker and has consulted with the Social Security Administration on their Ticket to Work Program. She is also the author of Disabilities/Different Abilities: A New Perspective For Job Hunters. This nationally acclaimed workbook has been used in rehabilitation counseling, private and non-profit return-to-work programs and government agencies. For the general public, Paula wrote Employment Options: The Ultimate Resource for Job Seekers with Disabilities and Other Challenges.
Under Paula Vieillet's leadership and personal touch, My Employment Options has helped thousands of people return to the workforce through the Social Security Administration Ticket to Work Program. "This Invisible Disabilities Association Corporate Award belongs to our entire team for the steadfast commitment we've all had in delivering our best every day to our clients, the community and our partners," said Paula Vieillet. "Receiving this award is truly humbling and I couldn't be prouder of My Employment Options."
Invisible Disabilities Association created their annual Gala as an opportunity to recognize companies, individuals, and pioneers who advocate on behalf of people with invisible disabilities. Previous award winners of the Corporate Award include Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA), Accenture, and CEO of First Bank.
About My Employment Options
For over 25 years, My Employment Options, Inc. has provided job placement services and best-in-class counseling, using their highly personal approach. My Employment Options has helped thousands of people with disabilities who receive Social Security Disability (SSDI or SSI) find meaningful work, while also counseling clients about their employment and disability rights. In 2013, My Employment Options was chosen by the Social Security Administration as an Employment Network with an "Effective Practice Model" and hosted a national webinar for all authorized Employment Networks. Follow My Employment Options on Twitter, become a fan on Facebook, and engage on LinkedIn.
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