Recruiting the Best Disability Advocates
Freedom Disability is growing in leaps and bounds this year. It’s exciting, and I’m thrilled to be at the center of it all. As Freedom Disability’s Human Resources Manager, I am very busy these days helping to select the very best talent possible to fill our current job openings.
Last week, I went to the National Association of Disability Representatives (NADR) Conference in Chicago, which is a gathering of the very best disability attorneys and accredited non-attorney representatives from all over the country. NADR provides continuing education classes and seminars related to Social Security disability advocacy. I was there to provide employment information to interested attendees.
The non-attorney representatives I talked to were intrigued by our capability to hire full-time expert advocates to work from home in any region of the country, due to our advanced technology. The ability to hire remotely means that Freedom Disability is not limited in any way from employing the very best in the field of Social Security disability advocacy to represent our customers.
Why would you care about my efforts in recruiting Advocates at this year’s NADR conference? Well, if I was thinking about choosing Freedom Disability to help me file for Social Security disability benefits, I would want to feel confident that I was working with the best people. You should know that we are very selective in whom we hire. Being at NADR was a great opportunity for me to meet some highly qualified candidates.
You should also know that at Freedom Disability, being qualified means more to us than simply having the technical and educational experience we would expect from an Advocate. We also want someone who possesses that unique quality of sincerely wanting to help others – someone who has the passion to work hard to win disability benefits on behalf of people who need those benefits so much. This is what we expect from our Advocates. And this is what should give you confidence, knowing you have Freedom Disability on your side.