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Veteran Programs at 3M, McKesson, Qualcomm & the Walt Disney Company

2020-11-11T07:00:00+00:00November 11th, 2020|Accessibility, Accommodations, DisabilityIN, Etiquette, Recruiting / Talent Acquisition|

Many of our partners have programs and initiatives that support veterans in the workplace. Explore a few companies that have implemented successful programs to help veterans and enhanced their inclusion efforts: Military & Veterans at 3M “Our Military Support Network provides active support and outreach to veterans and their families, including scholarships, professional development, military

Spotlight On Mentoring: Honoring Veterans Day With Wayne Shanks, Supplier Diversity Director, USAA

2020-11-10T12:30:00+00:00November 10th, 2020|Accessibility, DisabilityIN, Supplier Diversity / Procurement|

Kathleen Castore: Welcome and thank you Wayne for joining me. First, can you tell us a bit about USAA? Wayne Shanks: At USAA, we conduct business in a way that reflects our core values of service, loyalty, honesty and integrity. We serve our members, a diverse group of military, veterans and their families; and our

2021 Nominations for Inclusion Awards Now Open!

2020-11-06T15:02:00+00:00November 6th, 2020|Business Case, DisabilityIN, Events, Global|

2021 Inclusion Awards Recognizes Leaders in Disability Inclusion  Registration Deadline: Friday, November 20th The 2021 Disability:IN® Inclusion Award winners are recognized as visionary brands and individuals that are advancing disability inclusion. Disability:IN is pleased to recognize these award winners during the 2021 Disability:IN Annual Conference & Expo. There are eleven Inclusion Award categories recognizing leaders

Boston Trust Walden, Avera Health, and the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary sign Joint Investor Statement on Disability Inclusion

2020-11-02T17:56:00+00:00November 2nd, 2020|Business Case, DEI Best Practices, DisabilityIN, Global, In the News|

Investors representing more than $2.8 trillion in combined assets, led by New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and Oregon State Treasurer Tobias Read, are calling on companies they invest in to create inclusive workplaces that can benefit from employing the millions of talented people with disabilities who remain underrepresented in the workforce. Investors are

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