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we explore the challenges posed by difference – by gender, generation, culture, and sexual orientation

RESEARCH & INSIGHTS

Through our research, we explore the challenges posed by difference and map solutions for both individuals and their employers.

Our research spans a variety of talent streams, industries and geographies.

TALENT STREAMS

INDUSTRIES

GEOGRAPHIES

Disabilities

Generations

LGBT

People of Color

Veterans

Women

Financial Services

Life sciences

Technology

Emerging Markets

Germany

Japan

United States

United Kingdom

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Disabilities & Inclusion

Using rigorous, nationally-representative data, the Center for Talent Innovation’s report Disabilities and Inclusion has uncovered that employees with disabilities make up an enormous talent pool. The research finds that 30 percent of college-educated employees between the ages of 21 and 65 working full-time in white-collar professions in the U.S. have a disability, according to the new, broader U.S. federal definition of disabilities (finalized in 2016, the definition now more clearly outlines what are considered mental health and chronic conditions). Yet they face significant challenges: Of those who have market-worthy ideas, 48 percent say their ideas were not endorsed by people with the power to act on them. Additionally, 57 percent feel stalled in their careers. Disabilities and Inclusion highlights ways employers can signal inclusion to employees with disabilities.

In addition to U.S. data, the report spotlights how the experiences of employees with disabilities in Brazil, Germany, India, Japan, and the U.K. differ from the U.S. (10/12/2017, Report - 97 pages)

KEY FINDINGSPRESS RELEASE

Sponsors: Accenture, Aetna, Bloomberg LP, Johnson & Johnson, KPMG, Lime Connect, McKesson, Prudential, PwC, Unilever, USBLN, Wells Fargo

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Available electronically via PDF only. Price $20.00