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Disability Inclusion: Missing in the Diversity Dialogue?

The definition of what it means to be an “ethical” company has always been fluid, but today we are at an inflection point in the breadth and expansion of ethics and the roles of General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officers. Companies are addressing how their technology impacts consumers, how [...]

Partner Spotlight: PNC Financial Services Group

Attracting and retaining employees with disabilities is a part of PNC’s culture. We believe everyone’s unique differences and perspectives strengthen our company. To support this belief, we offer an accessible workplace, enabled through technology, that allows all of us to learn, work, and achieve together without barriers. Read more [...]

Partner Spotlight: Dell Technologies

At Dell Technologies, we believe everyone has unique strengths and skills to contribute to the workplace. We strive to create an environment that is inclusive, accessible, and inspiring, and I am proud that our efforts were recently recognized with Gartner’s Power of the Profession™ People Breakthrough of the Year award. [...]

Partner Spotlight: Marriott International

Marriott International has always focused on welcoming all – from our guests to our associates to our hotel owners and suppliers, regardless of race, nationality, gender, gender identity, age or ability. Open arms are in our DNA, which is only natural for a hospitality company.Working closely [...]

Partner Spotlight: Rethink Benefits

Rethink’s personalized consulting is a lifeline for parents of children with disabilities. The last year has proved that employees’ home lives can’t be ignored. Rethink’s suite of 24/7 virtual consultations, online evidence-based training and support plays a critical role in the lives of parents of children with disabilities. “Each [...]

Letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission From AAPD & Disability:IN

Download PDF version February 2, 2021Allison Lee Acting Chair Securities and Exchange Commission 100 F Street, NE Washington, DC 20549-1090 Re: #SR-NASDAQ-2020-081 Dear Acting Chairwoman Lee, We write to you on behalf of the American Association of People with Disabilities and Disability:IN, two of the [...]

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