Forbes: Five Realistic New Year’s Resolutions For Small Business Owners

2022-01-26T17:31:35-05:00January 6th, 2022|Announcements, DisabilityIN, In the News, Supplier Diversity / Procurement|

Small business owners often go into the new year with the goal of strengthening and expanding their business. Like all new year’s resolutions, these plans can be limited when business owners are hit with the day-to-day challenges of life. However, there are some realistic resolutions that small business owners can set and achieve. Here are

Business Insider: Surgeon General’s Recent Mental Health Warning is Something Business Leaders Shouldn’t Ignore

2022-01-26T17:31:36-05:00December 16th, 2021|DisabilityIN, In the News|

The surgeon general’s recent mental health warning is something business leaders and managers shouldn’t ignore, according to a leading diversity consultant Last week, the surgeon general published a report on the “devastating” state of youth mental health. The report is a reminder that many American workers are struggling too and that CEOs can help. That’s

Forbes: Disabled Entrepreneurs Speak Out On The Choice To Go It Alone And Be Your Own Boss

2022-01-26T17:31:37-05:00December 1st, 2021|DisabilityIN, In the News|

For many individuals with disabilities of working age, pursuing traditional employment can be a daunting prospect strewn with challenges and uncertainties. A good number of these relate to whether, in a competitive jobs market, it will even be possible to gain meaningful employment, given widespread attitudinal barriers towards employing people with disabilities held by many

Business Insider: Interview with The Equity Talk

2021-12-16T05:55:28-05:00November 3rd, 2021|DisabilityIN, In the News|

When Jill Houghton talks about people with disabilities, her eyes light up, her voice projects, and she flashes a smile that illustrates an appreciation for the work she does as the CEO of the global nonprofit Disability:IN. But ask her about the state of the disability-rights movement in America, and her mood changes. Houghton is

The Equity Talk: Business Insider Launches New Series

2021-12-16T05:55:29-05:00November 3rd, 2021|DisabilityIN, In the News|

It was the summer of 2020, and George Floyd had just been murdered by the police officer Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis. The blaring sounds of helicopters, protest chants, and police sirens filled the streets of several American cities. Hundreds of thousands of protesters marched in solidarity to mourn yet another Black life that ended at

Fast Company: Disability is the missing piece in the DEI Puzzle

2021-12-06T15:18:08-05:00November 2nd, 2021|DisabilityIN, In the News|

Disability:IN is helping companies hire more people with disabilities while expanding the global conversation around diversity, equity, and inclusion. Diversity, equity, and inclusion have become hot topics in corporate America. In the wake of Black Lives Matter and #MeToo movements, and a pandemic that galvanized millions of workers to leave their jobs, companies are scrambling

CNBC Make It: People with disabilities still face barriers finding work during the pandemic—here’s how companies can help

2021-10-29T14:02:00-04:00October 29th, 2021|DisabilityIN, In the News|

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CNBC Make It: People with Disabilities Still Face Barriers Finding Work During the Pandemic

2021-11-14T14:54:31-05:00October 29th, 2021|DisabilityIN, In the News|

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Disability Inclusion: Missing in the Diversity Dialogue?

2021-11-03T07:36:23-04:00October 14th, 2021|DisabilityIN, In the News|

The definition of what it means to be an “ethical” company has always been fluid, but today we are at an inflection point in the breadth and expansion of ethics and the roles of General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officers. Companies are addressing how their technology impacts consumers, how people are treated inside and outside

CNBC: Hybrid working will now allow more people with disabilities to enter labor force, Ted Kennedy Jr. says

2021-10-26T04:45:35-04:00September 17th, 2021|DisabilityIN, In the News|

Skip to content Home / News & Events / The Disability INclusion Blog / CNBC: Hybrid working will now allow more people with disabilities to enter labor force, Ted Kennedy Jr. says (CNBC) Ted Kennedy Jr., co-chair of the Disability Equality Index and board member of the American Association of People with Disabilities, told CNBC

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