Sipi Asset Recovery, a leading IT asset disposition and recycling company, is proud to announce its recent recognition for its exceptional inclusive workplace practices. The company has been commended for its commitment to providing equal opportunities and fostering a supportive environment for individuals with disabilities.
As part of its ongoing efforts to create an inclusive workplace, Sipi Asset Recovery has partnered with the District 211 Special Education – Adult Transition Program. Through this collaboration, Sipi AR has welcomed student workers from the district’s program into their RISE Program, offering them valuable work experience and skill development opportunities.
According to Jason Prosser, D211 Adult-Transition Program Job Coach, ” Sipi Asset Recovery has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to creating an inclusive workplace environment. The support and guidance provided by employees like Shamil Minikaev have been instrumental in fostering the confidence and independence of our special education student-workers. Sipi Asset Recovery is a shining example of how companies can empower individuals with disabilities and create a culture of acceptance.”
Under the guidance of Team-Lead Shamil Minikaev, the student-workers have received comprehensive task instructions, guidance, and co-working relationship skills. Shamil’s encouraging approach has significantly boosted the confidence and sense of belonging among the student-workers, enabling them to understand and complete their assigned tasks effectively.
The recognition of Sipi Asset Recovery’s RISE program (inclusive workplace practices) highlights the company’s dedication to diversity, equity, and inclusion. By providing meaningful opportunities for disabled adults and fostering a supportive work environment, Sipi Asset Recovery sets a precedent for other organizations in the industry.
For more information about Sipi Asset Recovery and its commitment to inclusivity, please visit our website.