Disability Inclusion Data
Companies that embrace best practices for welcoming people with disabilities in their workforce are four times more likely to have shareholder returns that outperform their peers.* Further, they are better positioned to tap the disability market: 1.3 billion people with $1.2 trillion in annual disposable income.**
Each year the National Organization on Disability compiles results from the Disability Employment Tracker to highlight how businesses are progressing in their disability inclusion journey.
Where does your company stand?
2020 DISABILITY EMPLOYMENT TRACKER RESULTS
The Disability Employment Tracker™, NOD’s confidential annual survey, examines five essential inclusion areas of disability and veteran inclusion, from strategy and culture to talent sourcing and technology.
WHO USES THE TRACKER?
The most important disability inclusion driver is getting and keeping talent.
ASSESSMENT + PLANNING
Most companies have a plan for improving disability inclusion practices, but fewer have conducted an assessment of current efforts. Understanding your starting point will ensure the most effective future plan.
Disability Inclusion Awareness
Accommodations policies are easier to find and use
DISSABILITY INCLUSION GAPS
MEASURE YOUR PROGRESS
Start the Tracker today and receive a free benchmarking Scorecard.
The Disability Employment Tracker™ was developed in partnership with The National Business and Disability Council at The Viscardi Center.
* Source: NOD Leading Disability Employer Accenture, in partnership with Disability:IN and the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), https://www.accenture.com/_acnmedia/PDF-89/Accenture-Disability-Inclusion-Research-Report.pdf#zoom=50
** Source: Return on Disability, https://www.rod-group.com/insights