Registration Now Open for Second Annual Disability Equality Index℠ Survey
The US Business Leadership Network®(USBLN®) and the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) are excited to announce the opening of the registration process for the second annual Disability Equality Index℠ (DEI℠).
Companies that take the DEI self-report on a wide-range of criteria within four categories: Culture & Leadership, Enterprise-Wide Access, Employment Practices, and Community Engagement & Support Services. Eligible companies interested in participating in the second annual DEI must register by Dec. 4, 2015. To register, view the second annual DEI survey questions, or view DEI FAQs, visit: https://disabilityequalityindex.org/deisurvey.
All registered companies will receive access to the second annual DEI survey tool in mid-December 2015. The deadline to submit completed surveys is March 2016. DEI survey scores will be finalized by June 2016. [DOC | PDF]
Disability:IN reveals new research that says millennials want disability inclusion
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USBLN – A Leading Nonprofit for Disability Inclusion – Rebrands to Disability:IN, Publishes Survey Data on Millennial Job Priorities
Survey shows millennial employees prioritize diversity and inclusion when selecting, remaining at jobs; yet only half believe their employer is committed to hiring, retaining people with disabilities.
126 Major Businesses Rated “Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion”
Fortune 1000 Corporations are recognized as a part of the 2018 Disability Equality Index (DEI) and honored as the “Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion”.
5 Ways to Participate in Global Accessibility Awareness Day #GAAD
On May 17th, the USBLN will be celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). GAAD was established to create awareness and generate conversations about accessibility, specifically web accessibility, for people with disabilities.
USBLN Facilitates Over 8,000 New Hires with Disabilities Through Going for the Gold Program
Through the Going for the Gold (GFG) program, the USBLN is aiding 20 Fortune and Global 500 companies achieve the “gold standard” in hiring and fully including individuals with disabilities in their workforces.