Increasing disability self-identification rates among new and existing employees with disabilities is a priority for many leading companies. Learn about the practices shared by organizations that have been successful in creating a culture where employees are comfortable self-identifying.
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Nov 25, 2019

Shifting the Talent Paradigm | Crossroads of Compliance, Disclosure and Trust

September 26, 2019 – More than 200 diversity and inclusion leaders from companies around the country gathered at the National Organization on Disability’s (NOD) Annual Forum and Dinner, entitled Shifting the Talent Paradigm: Inclusive Culture for a Modern Workforce. Sponsored by Lead Partners PwC and Spectrum, the all-day forum explored the best change management tactics […]


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Jul 10, 2018

Key Tactics to Promote Inclusion of Invisible Diversity Traits

Takeaways from the NOD Corporate Leadership Council Executive Luncheon, which spotlighted how corporate cultures can welcome unseen diversity segments, like LGBT identities and non-apparent disabilities, such as mental illness.


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Jan 26, 2018

Is Your Company Using These 5 Critical Practices to Increase Disability Self-Identification Rates?

We analyzed the data gained from our 2017 Disability Employment Tracker™, NOD’s confidential, annual survey of corporate disability inclusion policies and practices, to find out what differentiates companies that have been successful at building disability-strong workforces from those that have not.


Employees Need to Feel Comfortable Disclosing Disabilities at Work | Blog by NOD President Carol Glazer
Oct 20, 2016

Employees Need to Feel Comfortable Disclosing Disabilities at Work | Blog by NOD President Carol Glazer

The National Organization on Disability was proud to serve as a knowledge partner with the Working Mother Research Institute and PwC on this important new survey, Disabilities in the Workplace.


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Jul 20, 2013

Special Report from the Conference Board | Do Ask, Do Tell: Encouraging Employees with Disabilities to Self-Identify

This special report investigates what companies are doing to build a diversity-inclusive culture and encourage employees with disabilities to voluntarily self-identify. It will help organizations to create an environment in which employees may feel comfortable self-identifying. Special Report from The Conference Board | Do Ask Do Tell: Encouraging Employees with Disabilities to Self-Identify


Corporate Leadership Council Member Content

“Closing the Trust Gap” | Executive Luncheon, June 2019
Watch video of the NOD Corporate Leadership Council's Executive Luncheon, centered on the topic of trust to build an inclusive, engaged workforce.
Creating a Culture of Disability Inclusion: Practical Solutions for Workforce Engagement
Hear practical examples, best practices, and lessons learned to improve the disclosure percentage of candidates and employees with disabilities.
Leading Practice in Disability Inclusion with Merck
Hear how Merck harnesses disability inclusion to foster a diverse workforce that delivers more innovative solutions to improve lives around the world.

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