In 2017, the employment rate for people with disabilities was 20.4%,
compared to 68.7% for people without disabilities.
“For P&G, hiring people with disabilities has been so much more than a diversity and inclusion effort, and part of our success comes from clarity around what we want to achieve. In our experience, employees with disabilities are dedicated, perform well, and their presence not only positively contributed to the organization but also to our reputation in the community as a great place to work.”Miguel Garcia
North American Transportation and Warehousing Finance, Proctor & Gamble
UPS Delivers Inclusion: Transitional Learning Center
Take a peek into an innovative pre-training program at UPS Worldport in Louisville, Kentucky that shifts the focus of disability inclusion from goodwill to meeting business needs.