Recognize the Talent

People who have disabilities can be found throughout the workforce, in colleges, trade schools and training programs. When identified as a specific demographic of the population, studies show that people who have disabilities cross all other minority segments, and are as diverse in ability, interests and skills as the population at large. Changes in thinking have been led by many prominent Minnesota companies.

Diverse Professions

People who have disabilities represent a significant, untapped pool of talent that businesses are now actively recruiting to meet growing workforce needs.

Diverse Demographic

People who have disabilities are as diverse in ability, interests and skills as the population at large.

Diverse Conditions

The range of conditions that can be defined as a disability are as diverse as the population itself.

Expanding Views

The language an organization uses reflects its approach to people who have disabilities. It also impacts profitability.

Companies Leading the Way in Minnesota

Many Minnesota companies already recognize the vital business strategy of including people who have disabilities in the workforce.