More and more companies are recognizing the benefits of hiring people with disabilities and creating inclusive workplaces. Learn about some successful disability inclusion initiatives launched by major companies.
UPS committed to disability inclusion with the implementation of its transformative Transitional Learning Center (TLC) at the UPS Worldport facility in Louisville, Kentucky. TLC’s innovative pre-training program demonstrates best practices in culture, collaboration, and curriculum. See how UPS achieved sweeping cultural change, reduction in turnover, and significant ROI and set the bar for best industry practices.
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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.
The website Chief Investment Officer reports that a group of investors have called for the companies they invest in to make hiring employees with disabilities a priority.
Forbes reports on how more companies need to understand the value of having a diverse workforce that includes people with disabilities.
New York Post article reports on the benefits of disability hiring and inclusion as revealed in recent study and reports from HR executives.