THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION ON DISABILITY'S LEADING DISABILTY EMPLOYER SEAL
Take the Disability Employment Tracker™ by March 1st to be eligible to win the 2017 Leading Disability Employer Seal™.
The Leading Disability Employer Seal™ is a public recognition designed to applaud those organizations that are leading the way in disability hiring and encourage additional companies to tap into the many benefits of hiring talent with disabilities, including high rates of productivity and dedication, and greater employee engagement across the workforce.
The Leading Disability Employer Seal™ is awarded annually based on performance on the Disability Employment Tracker™. Winners can use the award mark to burnish their employer brand and attract candidates with disabilities.
watch THE 2016 WINNERS announcement
Gov. Tom Ridge, Chairman of the National Organization of Disability, announces the winners of the 2016 NOD Leading Disability Employer Seal.
2016 Leading Disability Employer Seal Winners
Bath Veteran Affairs
The Boeing Company
The Hershey Company
National Grid USA
Procter & Gamble
About winning the Seal
The NOD Leading Disability Employer Seal is awarded based on data furnished by companies in response to the Disability Employment Tracker™ — a free, confidential online assessment that benchmarks companies' performance against other participants in each of the six key aspects examined:
Climate and Culture
Workplace & Technology
Strategy & Metrics
To be considered for the 2017 Leading Disability Employer Seal, companies must complete the Tracker during the designated qualifying window, which is open from October 1, 2016 - March 1, 2017.
While the Tracker is entirely confidential, organizations may opt to be considered for the Leading Disability Employer Seal. Responses are scored, taking into account both disability employment practices and performance. Scoring prioritizes practices that are associated with increased disability employment outcomes over time, in addition to current performance in disability employment. Respondents also receive points based on the percentage of people with disabilities in their workforce.