Lowe’s + NOD: Case Study

Jul 26, 2017

OBJECTIVE

To provide assistance in recruiting and hiring people with disabilities at four of Lowe’s distribution centers and to provide training to Lowe’s staff, managers, and local partners.

OUTCOME

Lowe’s hired more than 150 new workers with disabilities in the first year, and an additional 250 workers in the following 18-month period. NOD provided training for more than 400 staff members and helped Lowe’s develop a local lead partner and a recruiting pipeline.

Among the new hires, turnover and absences were lower than or equal to that of other Lowe’s employees

After 18 months, with transition support from NOD, Lowe’s committed to expanding the program nationally, hiring a full-time disability employment expert to oversee the process

TESTIMONIAL

“Everybody wants to do the right thing. And everybody’s on a different part of their journey. What’s great is that NOD can play in all parts of that journey to help people be successful. It’s not only the right thing to do – it’s right for business.”

“Lowe’s has worked with the National Organization on Disability and many state vocational rehabilitation agencies to assist in hiring and increasing awareness of employment opportunities for people with disabilities. NOD has been a valued resource for Lowe’s and we commend them for the work they are doing…”

Steve Szilagyi | Supply Chain Executive, Lowe’s Companies, Inc.

Welcome to the NOD Corporate Leadership Council site where members enjoy exclusive access to leading disability inclusion resources, tools and events.

Don’t have a username and password? Check to see if your company is a NOD Corporate Leadership Council member and learn more about joining.

 

 

Forgot your password or username? Click Here

Forgot Your Password?

To receive your password by email, please enter your registered email address. Need assistance? Contact council@nod.org