For three successive years, Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) has been identified by the Disability Equality Index as one of the best companies to work for disability inclusion, getting a top score of 100 for its dedication to fostering a welcoming and inclusive work environment for folks with disabilities. The achievement showcases company’s continued commitment to being accessible and inclusive throughout all aspects of operations.
Each year the Disability Equity Index, a joint initiative between the USBLN and the AAPD, assesses whether firms have implemented practices to embrace diversity, promote equal opportunity employment, encourage folks with disabilities to be themselves and have broad policies to help people with disabilities.
Ismat Aziz, the Chief Human Resources Officer of Sprint, reported that they are so delighted to once again be honored from Disability Equality Index. It exhibits their extensive commitment to disability inclusion. They firmly consider that the diverse experiences and backgrounds of their partners makes company a great place to work.
Since the DEI was launched in 2015, Sprint has been included in the list of the top ranked firms every year, earning three successive DEI scores of 100 for going beyond compliance activities, showcasing notable business leadership and leading business success via implementing disability inclusion practices and policies.
Jill Houghton, the CEO and President of USBLN, reported that they appreciate those firms that are developing disability inclusion initiatives across the business. Taking the DEI is a vital measure within the journey, supported with insight and concrete data. The release of this DEI report, and the 68 major firms, challenges other firms to fill in those major gaps, and realize the prospective outcome by being inclusive to individuals with disabilities, throughout the marketplace, workforce and supply-chain.
Getting a top DEI score for three successive years demonstrates Sprint’s continued success in advancing a culture of inclusion that rejoices diversity.