The Workplace Initiative is a social impact program dedicated to creating inclusive workplaces where people with disabilities can thrive. Through resources, training, partnerships, and direct support, we empower employers to implement disability inclusion initiatives, enhance the employment readiness of people with disabilities, and connect job seekers to meaningful career opportunities. By inspiring companies to embrace difference and build inclusive workplaces, we advance true inclusion of people with disabilities.
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Disability inclusion is about more than hiring people with disabilities. It's about building a culture that welcomes and supports differences. In an inclusive workplace, people with disabilities are valued for their strengths and have the same opportunities to thrive.Learn More
Listen to executives and employees discuss their own disability inclusion journeys.
Discover key steps for getting started with a disability inclusion initiative.
Learn why disability inclusion is a sound business strategy with great ROI.
In January 2020, Workplace Initiative will launch a comprehensive eLearning library that includes hundreds of microlearning modules and additional training tools developed with our team of experts.
An inclusive workplace is one where people with all kinds of differences and disabilities feel welcome and valued for their contributions.
Brad Nardick was always interested in building “purposeful work” into his family-run business, he just didn't know how to get started.
Building an inclusive workplace isn’t just about hiring people with disabilities. It’s about developing long-term strategies, systems, and support to create an environment where people with disabilities can succeed.
There are many myths and misconceptions about hiring people with disabilities. Get the facts about eight common myths surrounding employees with disabilities
A recent court case (Robles v. Domino’s Pizza) points out how companies may be missing opportunities to support customers—and employees—with disabilities.