HIGHLAND BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) May 10, 2021
Covid-19 has certainly created unprecedented times. Hence for the second time, Winners of the 2021 Disability Matters North America Awards were announced on Thursday, April 29th via Live-Stream.
Disability Matters Awards annually honors companies for their innovative programs resulting in the successful outreach, recruitment, engagement and retention of candidates, employees and customers with disabilities. The Honorees represent the "best of the best" when it comes to the commitment required and actions necessary for disability inclusion; shining a spotlight on companies that have had successes in mainstreaming people with disabilities in their workforce, workplace and/or marketplace.
The annual event and awards is produced in the United States, Europe and Asia by Springboard Consulting, LLC. Springboard is recognized as the global expert in corporate disability inclusion.
Companies represented at the event included: HOST: Intuit. RUBY: Colgate-Palmolive Company, Danone North America, Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin, and VF Corporation. SILVER: Bank of America, and Travelers. BRONZE: Electronic Arts, HSBC, Intel, Sephora, Toyota, Unum, and Zappos. MEDIA: DiversityMBA Media, among others.
The 2021 North America Disability Matters Honorees are:
- Colgate-Palmolive Company
DISABILITY EVERYDAY HERO
- Carol Van Den Hende
For more information about Disability Matters, visit >> https://consultspringboard.com/disability-matters-about/
Entries for the 2022 edition of the awards will open in August.
ABOUT SPRINGBOARD. Founded in 2005, Springboard is recognized as the expert in mainstreaming disability in the global workforce, workplace and marketplace. Serving corporations and organizations throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe and Asia, Springboard has become a trusted partner in relation to disability issues and initiatives across virtually every business category. Springboard annually honors exemplary organizational initiatives that promote the outreach, support & engagement of people with disabilities as employees and as consumers through the Disability Matters Awards. http://www.consultspringboard.com