The Senior Manager, NextGen Initiatives is responsible for overseeing all efforts related to Disability:IN’s NextGen Initiatives and continuing to grow and expand the program both inside and outside the U.S.
CNBC: Hybrid working will now allow more people with disabilities to enter labor force, Ted Kennedy Jr. says
(CNBC) Ted Kennedy Jr., co-chair of the Disability Equality Index and board member of the American Association of People with Disabilities, told CNBC that companies’ changing views toward remote-working and hybrid-working following the Covid-19 pandemic will allow more people with disabilities to enter the labor force.
Mentee: Corey Axelrod, Founder & CEO, 2axend Website: www.2axend.com Mentor: Joyce Eriksen-Eggers, Director of Supplier Diversity, Takeda Pharmaceuticals Website: www.takeda.com Conversation: Kathleen Castore, Disability:IN Supplier Mentoring & Development Consultant chats with 2axend and Takeda Pharmaceuticals to revisit their mentoring collaboration as they continue into a second year in the [...]
We are deeply disappointed that the SEC has ratified Nasdaq’s proposed board diversity requirement rule, which in its current form excludes people with disabilities from the meaning of “diverse.”
Disability:IN is pleased to recognize the eleven recipients of the 2021 Inclusion Awards.
Our annual conference gets larger each year, and 2021 is our biggest yet! Here are some key highlights about the conference:
One Billion People with Disabilities are Key to the Global Economic Recovery in Historically Tight Labor Market: 2021 Disability Equality Index®
Demand for an Inclusive Culture, Improved Benefits, and Flexible Work Will Drive Talent to the 272 Companies Named as a ‘Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion’ ALEXANDRIA, VA. and WASHINGTON, DC. (July 13, 2021)—Disability:IN, the global organization driving disability inclusion and equality in business, in collaboration with the [...]
We stand unequivocally against the anti-Semitism running rampant across the world.
Disability:IN is excited to welcome you to our Virtual Conference & Expo! We are expecting our largest turn-out yet, with over 3,000 registered attendees, from over 50 different countries.
So why is disability inclusion in the workplace important you ask? Hear it for yourself as Jill breaks it down for us today and shares more on how a diverse workforce that welcomes employees with disabilities can truly be a competitive advantage for employers.