Numotion Honored Again for Disability Inclusion at Work

Numotion has again been named a Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion, for the third consecutive year.

In a July 11 news announcement, the national provider said it had received a score of 100 on the Disability Equality Index (DEI). Numotion described the DEI as “a joint initiative of the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) and Disability:IN. The DEI is a comprehensive disability inclusion assessment tool that allows leading businesses to self-report their disability practices and policies.”

Numotion listed a number of ongoing actions related to its disability inclusion work, including “working to help ensure that our benefits, recruitment, employment, and accommodation practices fully consider and include individuals with disabilities.”

“When a candidate for employment is selected to be interviewed, we work with the candidate if any accommodation is needed to help them successfully participate in the interview process,” Numotion said in the announcement. “When Numotion implements any new digital product, both internally or externally, we work closely with that vendor to ensure that accessibility is discussed and meets our high standards.”

Numotion also sponsors and supports the Numotion Disability Alliance Network, “which serves as a resource and an advocate to foster a cooperative, accessible environment for employees with disabilities, employees who have family members with disabilities, and anyone who identifies as an ally to people living with disabilities. Made up of the CEO, the CEO’s leadership team, Employee Resource Group (ERG) co-leaders, and select HR and other business leaders, our Numotion Diversity and Inclusion Council meets frequently and focuses on our strategic pillars, ERGs, and metrics that will yield the most diverse and inclusive organization possible.”

Mike Swinford, Numotion’s CEO, said in the announcement, “Numotion is proud to be recognized for measures we have taken to create an inclusive environment for employees of all abilities. This is a sustained effort that we will continue to champion and support, cultivating a workplace where every employee, of any ability, is fully respected and able to thrive in their professional growth.”

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