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NOD Welcomes Laura Giovacco of EY to Board of Directors

NOD Welcomes Laura Giovacco of EY to Board of Directors

EY Firm joins NOD’s Corporate Leadership Council as President’s Circle member

Hillary Clinton, people with disabilities

Clinton Calls for More Employment for People with Disabilities

"Together we will make our economy and our country more welcoming to people with disabilities because we all win when everyone gets to share in the American dream."

National Organization on Disability

National Organization on Disability Announces 2016 ‘Leading Disability Employer Seal’ Winners

27 companies recognized for exemplary hiring and employment practices for people with disabilities.

Alaska Restaurant Fires Insensitive Customer

Restaurant ‘Fires’ Customer in Support of Employee with Disability

A customer who accused an autistic employee of being on drugs has been banned from the restaurant.

Discrimination Against Job Applicants with Disabilities Exposed

A study conducted by Rutgers and Syracuse universities uncovered proof of employer discrimination against people with disabilities.

Wells Fargo’s Kathy Martinez: How to Hire & Empower People With Disabilities

Renowned disability advocate Kathy Martinez brings her experience to Wells Fargo, heading an effort to improve recruitment, customer service and supplier diversity for people with disabilities.

NOD Launches PWD Employment Advisory with $1 Million Prudential Grant

The corporate advisory services of the National Organization on Disability are now available to companies across the U.S.

Deadline for Disability Employment Tracker Extended, Included in Top 50 Survey

The National Organization on Disability has extended the deadline for the Disability Employment Tracker, which is a key component of The DiversityInc Top 10 Companies for People With Disability list.

NOD Wounded Warrior Careers: A Model that Works

Yesterday NOD released the results of its Wounded Warrior Careers 4-Year Report in Washington, DC, and called on government agencies to adopt its proven model to assist the most severely injured veterans in the transition to civilian careers.