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Once you get a job, decisions need to be made about pay and benefits. You may also need to request a workplace accommodation whether you are working in an office, at home, or some other environment. If your new job offers a 401(k) or other retirement savings plan, sign up and contribute as much as you can – your employer’s retirement savings plan is an essential part of your future financial security. On this page, you will find answers to important questions and additional resources to help you make informed financial decisions and ensure a successful start to your new job. You may also want to explore the “Retiring” tools and resources on this website to get a head start on planning for a secure retirement.

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LEAD Center WIOA Policy Development

The LEAD WIOA Policy Department Center is led by National Disability Institute. It is fully funded as the WIOA Policy Development Center by the Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor, Grant number: OD-38977-22-75-4-11.