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Recruitment in Action: Case Studies

Read about how companies’ efforts to ensure their recruitment processes are inclusive and meet their talent needs.

Companies have used a variety of innovative approaches to increase the inclusion of people with disabilities in their outreach and recruitment processes. Browse our case studies to learn more about best practices that may be emulated or adapted in your workplace.

Case Studies

EY: Leveraging Affinity Groups to Promote an Inclusive Business Culture

Find out how EY uses affinity groups to foster workplace disability inclusion.

Federal Highway Administration: Promoting a Diverse Workforce through Internships

Learn how an internship program helps the Federal Highway Administration support the agency's disability inclusion efforts.

MetLife: Recruiting Interns with Disabilities

Learn how MetLife recruits interns with disabilities through community partnerships.

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