The 2022 DEI: Why We Participated

The 2022 DEI: Why We Participated

Companies share what this benchmarking tool means for their diversity efforts

Alaska Airlines

ALASKA AIRLINES

“We understand the importance of ensuring disability inclusion is part of our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategy, not separate from it. The DEI will help us to build a roadmap by showing us where we can improve and grow.”

Astellas Pharma US, Inc. logo

ASTELLAS PHARMA

“We are together on this journey to grow how we are supporting each other and our communities. We strive to ensure all talent is being recognized and given equitable opportunities to thrive. We are excited to be part of this Astellas family, working together to make a difference.”

AT&T logo

AT&T

“Participating in the DEI is more than just receiving a score. This recognition of our values and culture of inclusivity allows us to continue improving our
commitment to advance people with disabilities.”

Bank of America logo

BANK OF AMERICA

“The DEI supports our efforts to influence and drive progress in disability inclusion efforts in financial services, the private sector and the
communities where we live and work. We’re building a culture where our employees feel comfortable being
who they are and with equal access to opportunities regardless of their disability.”

Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island

BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD OF RHODE ISLAND

“The DEI helps companies like ours make a positive impact on the unemployment and underemployment
of people with disabilities.”

Cargill, Inc. logo

CARGILL

“Cargill participates in the DEI to not only validate the work that we are doing for disability inclusion, but also to learn where we still need to go. We celebrate our 100 score but also use it to say, ‘What more, what next?’”

Citrix logo.

CITRIX

“Our culture is strong, vibrant, and essential to how we work and serve
our customers. We use the DEI to enhance our corporate culture, commit
to corporate social responsibility, diversify our supply chain, and innovate our products and services.”

Experian logo

EXPERIAN

“This award signifies to the community that we are a place that is committed
to disability inclusion. We’re proud we’ve risen from 90 to 100 this year.
It tells us we’ve made progress, but there’s more to do.”

General Motors logo

GENERAL MOTORS

“As a company, we have experienced first-hand the potential for innovation, sustainability, and business impact of disability inclusion. By taking more action toward our commitment, we will
continue to do our part to bring about solutions as we move toward an all-
electric future.”

Google

GOOGLE

“Googlers with disabilities make critical contributions across the company. Through the findings taken from the
DEI, we’re actively working to make Google a place where everyone can
learn, grow, and have an impact.”

Rush University Medical Center Logo

RUSH UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER

“Achieving a top score of 80 for the fourth consecutive year reinforces that Rush’s disability inclusion policies
and practices are our new ‘floor,’ while making it clear that we are still reaching and striving to achieve even more in
the future.”

Under Armour

UNDER ARMOUR

“One of our priorities is to add disability as a key diversity dimension we track and measure in our diversity, equity, and inclusion goals. We’ll use these DEI results to build a roadmap to continue
improving our disability inclusion efforts.”

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