October is Disability Employment Awareness Month
Supporting Staff with Invisible Disabilities
4 Ways to Hire More People with Disabilities
1 in 4 Adults in the United States are living with a Disability
Tim Harrington of The Ability Center and Jill Simpson from OOD discusses why it matters to employ people with disabilities
Diversity & Inclusion Goals for your Workforce Webinar with OOD
Pacer Cookie at Deet’s BBQ - Inclusive Workforce
Accessibility within Diversity and Inclusion Strategy with First Solar Webinar
Find Resources for Hiring People with Disabilities
Discussion led by Ability Center employees on Disability Awareness in the Workplace with the Employers' Association
- The global collective spending power of people with disabilities and their families is estimated to be nearly $8 trillion dollars.
- People are more likely to buy from brands who reflect their own values.
- Businesses who meet the needs of consumers with a disability understand the economic benefits and as a result are more competitive and profitable.
- Communities with inclusive workforces realize higher productivity, buying power, tax revenues, and a lower number of persons who are dependent on social welfare programs.
- Becoming a disability-friendly employer opens your organization up to an untapped talent pool and a far broader customer base.
- With support, employees with disabilities can be just as productive as their colleagues and more loyal to their employers.
- Among the unemployed, 2 out of 3 want to work. (Source: N.O.D./Harris Poll 2000)
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