The National Organization on Disability (NOD) increases employment opportunities for Americans with disabilities. Our programs and services enable companies to realize the competitive advantages of hiring people with disabilities.
NOD EMPLOYMENT TRACKER™
Use our free assessment to benchmark your organization’s disability employment policies and practices against the 200+ companies in the pool. Your company will be eligible for the NOD Leading Disability Employer Seal.
Join NOD’s peer-to-peer executive network. Build relationships. Learn about effective practices. Access the latest data. Get one-on-one help from NOD’s inclusion experts. Become an employer of choice for people with disabilities.
Using data from the Tracker, NOD will help advance your hiring and inclusion efforts as your company moves along the Disability Employment Maturity Curve.
NOD board of directors includes corporate executives, HR professionals, technologists, thought leaders, and advocates. The Chairman Emeritus is former Pennsylvania Governor and America’s first Secretary of Homeland Security, Tom Ridge.
NEWS & EVENTS
How Return-to-Office Mandates Could Affect Workers with Disabilities
As companies continue to roll out return-to-office (RTO) mandates, advocates have expressed concern about what those policies could mean for employees with disabilities who were previously working remotely.
Congress’ Foremost Advocate for Americans with Disabilities, Jim Langevin, Joins NOD Board
“I am tremendously honored to join the National Organization on Disability Board and contribute to the organization’s critical work in promoting inclusivity and empowering individuals with disabilities,” said Congressman Langevin. “I look forward to collaborating with fellow board members and leveraging my experience to advance NOD’s mission on a national scale.”
Employment Among People with Disabilities Hits Post-Pandemic High
While the remote work boom helped some workers find additional flexibility, it has also eliminated longstanding obstacles for one vulnerable community…