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.
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Love and Hope
An op-ed from NOD President Carol Glazer When stepping into the role of a new manager or leader of an organization, there is always a big learning curve. With that in mind, I want to pass along the thoughts of someone who assumed her first leadership role at age 55. That’s pretty late in […]
National Organization on Disability Announces 2023 Leading Disability Employers
“These organizations understand that by harnessing the talents of people with disabilities, they reap the benefits of a more innovative, diverse and dedicated workforce,” said NOD President Carol Glazer. “The Leading Disability Employer Seal honors organizations who have not only embraced inclusivity but have taken concrete steps to break down barriers for individuals with disabilities and create an environment for all to thrive.”
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.