The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) recently published results from its 2018 Survey of Employer Policies on the Employment of People with Disabilities. The survey provides an overview of employer efforts to employ people with disabilities, as well as attitudes toward people with disabilities.
The 2018 survey builds on the evidence established by an earlier 2008 survey, providing nationwide data that OFCCP will use to engage and inform federal contractors through compliance assistance and during compliance evaluations.
Learn more about the results of the survey in the links below:
- Review the full report of the “Survey of Employer Policies on the Employment of People with Disabilities: Final Report”.
- In this brief, you will find a detailed analysis of federal contractors and non-federal contractors and how they “Implemented Disability Inclusion in their Workplace Policies and Practices”.
- Find out the results of how effective companies’ reasonable accommodations and accessibility policies are in the “Implementation and Effectiveness of Disability-Inclusive Workplace Practices and Policies Brief”.
- In this brief, you will find the results of “Employer Practices and Attitudes toward the Employment of People with Disabilities”.
ODEP has long focused on developing policies that encourage private sector employers to hire more people with disabilities. OFCCP and ODEP’s partnership in 2019 resulted in the creation of the Excellence in Disability Inclusion (EDI) Award, which recognizes federal contractors who excel in meeting their responsibilities under Section 503 and exemplify the spirit of disability inclusion.