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SPECIALJOBS.COM.MY
 
For The Special Needs Community:
 
Disability or living with special needs should not prevent you from holding a great job or starting your own business but the job search can be challenging.
 
Log into SpecialJobs.com.my, a job portal catered for individuals with special needs.
Our goal is to increase employment among people with special needs by partnering with equal opportunity employers. From embracing a culture of inclusion and respect to cultivating ideas which encourage collaboration, flexibility and fairness, our partners are committed to providing a progressive environment for you to achieve your potential.
 
For Companies:
SpecialJobs.com.my provides a dedicated space for job postings by employers offering inclusive employment. By posting job opportunities, or searching resumes, your business can find diversity in persons with disabilities as well as demonstrate affirmative action and open door policies.
 
Our goal is to eliminate barriers to employment and bridge the gap between job seekers with special needs and the employers who want to hire them via our online interface, specifically designed to deliver "barrier-free" e-recruitment.

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