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Strengthen your workforce and broaden your market reach by hiring talent in the disability community.

Employers are struggling to find qualified employees, with 45% globally indicating they can't find the talent they need, up from 40% in 2017 and the highest in over a decade (Source: ManpowerGroup's 2018 Talent Short Survey). As baby boomers retire, a systematic outreach to the disability community and to veterans with service related disabilities, can help your company meet federal and state compliance requirements while supporting key workforce objectives including profitability, engagement, productivity, diversity, inclusion, turnover, retention and morale.

1 in 4

People in the U.S. have

a disability

20 Million

Households in the U.S. have at least one family member with a disability


Of the public would rather do business with companies that hire people with disabilities

$645 Billion

Is the annual spending power of people with disabilities in the U.S.

This is the next frontier from both a brand and workforce prospective. Ensuring that people with disabilities see themselves and their needs reflected in our products and the services we offer is important. It's important to our customers, as well as to our workforce."

L. Kevin Cox, Chief Human Resource Officer, American Express

Workforce Value: Outcomes our Clients have Realized

Workforce Outcomes
Retention by Industry




Call Center / Sales




14% Average

higher retention

53% Increase

in voluntary


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