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CEO Letter on Disability Inclusion

2023-02-01T20:51:22-05:00December 7th, 2022|DEI Best Practices, DisabilityIN, Global, Press Releases|

Join INEmail InquiryCEO Letter on Disability InclusionView Official Letter. Understanding that we are all operating in an unprecedented environment with multiple, competing interests for the time and attention of the CEO, we are writing to you – from a CEO to CEO perspective – to ask for your much-needed help in advancing equality and inclusion

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NJBIZ: 19 NJ companies earn top scores on 2022 Disability Equality Index

2022-09-10T15:43:30-04:00August 3rd, 2022|DEI Best Practices, DisabilityIN, In the News|

Disability:IN, in collaboration with the American Association of People with Disabilities, recently released the 2022 Disability Equality Index at the organization’s 2022 Global Conference in Dallas, which took place July 18 to 21.  A record 415 companies participated in this year’s DEI, a 30% increase from the 319 companies in 2021. Of those, 335 earned

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HR Dive: Disability Equality Index shows uptick in CEOs with disabilities

2022-08-10T02:52:48-04:00August 3rd, 2022|DEI Best Practices, DisabilityIN, In the News|

Employers have recognized that wellness resources are a form of disability affirmation, the report noted. This year’s Disability Equality Index presents a notable upward trend: 126 companies reported having a senior executive that is known internally as being a person with a disability. This is up from 99 execs in the 2021 Disability Equality Index.

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Vogue Business: Gucci Disrupts Disability Inclusion

2022-08-02T18:34:54-04:00July 20th, 2022|DEI Best Practices, DisabilityIN, In the News|

Capsule collections have helped make adaptive fashion more mainstream, and a handful of brands are adding more inclusive HR policies, but Gucci is thinking far more broadly. The luxury house hopes to create systems change, a disruptive approach to disability inclusion that could benefit all customers. The luxury industry has often excluded disabled people both

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