USBLNUnited States Business Leadership Network
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USBLN (US Business Leadership Network) unites business around disability inclusion in the workplace, supply chain and marketplace.
Taking the DEI is an important step within the journey, backed with concrete data and insight, said Jill Houghton, president and CEO of USBLN. The release of this report, and the 68 leading companies, challenges other companies to fill in those critical gaps, and realize the possible results by being inclusive to people with disabilities, throughout the workforce, marketplace and supply-chain.
The USBLN serves as the collective voice of over 50 Business Leadership Network affiliates across the United States, representing over 5,000 businesses.
The company also actively partners with other organizations, such as the US Business Leadership Network (USBLN) and National Industries for the Blind (NIB), to support training and employment of people with disabilities.
We are also actively involved with local and national government and community organizations focused on increasing the employment of people with disabilities, including Career Opportunities For Students With Disabilities (COSD) and local and national levels of the US Business Leadership Network (USBLN).
By receiving a top score on the DEI, according to the USBLN and the AAPD, "PG&E has demonstrated significant business leadership, going far beyond compliance activities, driving their business success through leading disability inclusion policies and practices."
Business Leadership Network's (USBLN) 16th Annual Conference & Expo, which will be held at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott on Monday, Sept.
The DEI is a joint initiative between the US Business Leadership Network (USBLN) and the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD).
"We are proud to see the year over year growth, improvement and results from participating companies, said Jill Houghton, Executive Director, USBLN. We know that policies alone dont always translate into inclusion.