The National Organization on Disability (NOD) is a private, non-profit organization that promotes the full participation and contributions of America’s 57 million people with disabilities in all aspects of life. NOD focuses on increasing employment opportunities for the 80-percent of working-age Americans with disabilities who are not employed.
Take our free survey to assess your organization’s current disability employment policies and practices and receive a benchmarking Scorecard and leading practices. Be recognized for your company’s exemplary performance and earn the NOD Leading Disability Employer Seal™.
Distinguish yourself as a national leader in disability inclusion. Membership in the NOD Corporate Leadership Council offers access to industry experts and NOD research, opportunities to network with peers, and increased brand recognition.
The National Organization on Disability is a leading resource for businesses seeking to access the talent pool of nearly 24 million working-age people with disabilities who are not employed. Our best-in-class Disability Employment Professional Services provide the tools and expert guidance to:
- Attract and retain talent
- Develop accessible and inclusive workplaces
- Transform organizational culture
Our in-depth Disability Inclusion Accelerator™ provides a data-rich view of where you are in your disability inclusion journey–and an action plan to advance your efforts.
NOD President Partners with PwC’s CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion to Tackle Unconscious Bias
NOD’s President Carol Glazer, joined forces with PwC’s CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™, to take part in the largest dialogue on D&I amongst C-suite executives.
Tips for Managing Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in the Workplace
Each workplace has its own culture and challenges. Job accommodations and productivity support measures can be very effective in bringing the performance of transitioning veterans with TBIs up to standards.
Allied Disability Advocates Convene at Roundtable in Washington, D.C.
The Roundtable participants discussed current and pending legislation concerning the employment of people with disabilities and outlined an agenda for mutual action.
NOD’s Charles Catherine Talks Workplace Confidence and What it’s Like Living With a Visual Impairment
Watch as NOD’s Special Assistant Charles Catherine shares his experience living with a visual impairment, and how he’s managed to develop both his self-esteem and career despite challenges.
#LookCloser Lights Up Times Square
NOD – in partnership with several of America’s leading companies – has launched a national public-awareness campaign urging employers and recruiters to consider the tenacity and perseverance people with disabilities offer when hiring new talent.
New Frontiers: NOD Corporate Leadership Council Annual Forum + 2018 Leading Disability Employers Dinner
September 25, 2018, Falls Church, VA – NOD’s Corporate Leadership Council Annual Forum, New Frontiers in Disability Employment, featured special guests, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation actor Robert David Hall, Northrop Grumman CEO Wesley Bush, DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti and NOD Chairman Gov. Tom Ridge. Representatives from dozens of companies joined the evening gala to applaud the […]
NOD ANNOUNCES THE 2018 ‘LEADING DISABILITY EMPLOYERS’
Now in its third year, the NOD Leading Disability Employer seal recognizes companies that demonstrate exemplary employment practices for people with disabilities. Find out the 2018 winners!
Campus to Careers’ Job Fair Attracts a Crowd of Hiring Employers and Students with Disabilities in Boston
On September 17, 2018, NOD’s innovative pilot Campus to Careers, in partnership with Work Without Limits, hosted a career fair with over 25 hiring employers and attracting dozens of students with disabilities. Held at The NonProfit Center in downtown Boston, MA, college students and graduates with disabilities had an opportunity to network with major employers […]
Lawsuits Soar over Inaccessible Websites
The number of website-accessibility lawsuits this year may surpass those in 2017 by 30 percent. By: Carol Patton | August 14, 2018 Employers are getting slammed with more Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuits this year, mainly due to a rise in suits regarding non-ADA-compliant business websites. Seyfarth Shaw recently completed its mid-year analysis of ADA Title III lawsuits, projecting […]