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  Recruit and Retain Qualified Employees.
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For Employers

What is DORS?

DORS helps Maryland businesses recruit and keep qualified, valuable employees. Last year, DORS matched 2,533 qualified individuals to job openings in Maryland’s businesses. 

DORS also developed 8 customized partnership trainings with local businesses so they could hire new employees or keep valued employees with disabilities.

Studies show that, of the 2,533 DORS participants who went to work in 2014, more than 84% will still be working a year from now – the highest retention rate of any Maryland workforce program.

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Benefits to Employers
“It's helpful to me knowing the staff willingly provides assistance and follow-up if the need arises." –Diane Oliver, Buckingham's Choice
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What Can DORS Do for Maryland Businesses? ->


Contact Information
Division of Rehabilitation Services
2301 Argonne Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
Phone:  410-554-9385 / 888-554-0334
TTY/TDD:  410-554-9411
Email:  dors@dors.state.md.us
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Workforce & Technology Center
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Comptroller of Maryland: Maryland Disability Tax Credit
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DORS Works for Maryland Businesses
Facts About the MD Disability Employment Tax Credit
What To Know About Job Applicants Who Are Deaf
IRS Publication 3966: Disability Tax Benefits & Credits
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Welcome to DORS - video
Welcome to WTC - video
DORS Works for Maryland - video
Division of Rehabilitation Services • 2301 Argonne Drive • Baltimore, MD 21218 • 410-554-9442 • 888-554-0334
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