2016 Disability Equality Index Results

2016 DEI Best Places to Work Disability Equality Index

View/Download a list of the 2016 DEI Best Places to Work (PDF)

 

Companies that scored 100%

aetna
amc
Ameren
American Airlines
Anthem
AT&T
BAE
Booz Allen Hamilton
Boston Scientific
Brown Forman
Capital One
Charter Communications
Cigna
Comcast NBC Universal
CSC
Delta
Dupont
EY Building a better working world
Florida Blue
Freddie Mac
General Motors
Highmark Health
Hewlett Packard
J P Morgan Chase & Co.
KPMG
Lincoln Financial Group
Lockheed Martin
Manpower Group
Mayo Clinic
Northrop Grumman
PG&E
pwc
P&G
Qualcomm
Sprint
Starbucks
TD Bank
Boeing
United
Verizon
 
Walmart
 
Wells Fargo
 

Companies that scored 90%

3M
AXA
Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Blue Care Network
BMO Harris Bank
Cargill
csx
cvs health
gsk
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Merck
nielsen
Northern Trust
sodexo
T Mobile
Thompson Reuters
 
 
Walgreens
 
 

Companies that scored 80%

AEP American Electric Power
Charles Schwab
Express Scripts
Kaiser Permanente
McKesson
Oracle
Raytheon
Southern Company
Dow
United Technologies
 
 
ups
 
 

NOTE: A score of 100 does not mean to convey “perfection.” AAPD and the USBLN recognize that there is no one “right way” to practice inclusion, and that some practices may be more practical for some companies or industries than others. A score of 100 on the DEI simply means that a company adheres to many of the numerous leading disability inclusion practices featured in the DEI.

Companies that receive a score of 80 or above on the DEI are considered “DEI Best Places to Work.” Use of the 2016 “DEI Best Places to Work” name is an exclusive benefit for the companies that scored an 80 or above on the 2016 DEI. There is a designated 100%, 90%, and 80% logo for the companies to use based on their specific score.

View/Download a list of the Inaugural DEI Best Places to Work (PDF)