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Taking Care in Business | Can busin...

Nancy Geenen, CEO of Flexability, a social impact firm focused on employment and inclusion during the 73rd episode of the Taking Care of Business podcast.

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DisabilityIN DC Metro | Disability ...

A quarter of working-age adults in the U.S. have a disability; yet even with committed employers and talented job seekers, current approaches to inclusive employment are not working fast enough to improve job rates and opportunities for people with d...
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New World of Work Mobilizing the Di...

Founder & Chief Growth Officer, Crosby Cromwell, spoke on a panel at the Churchill Club: New World of Work Mobilizing the Disability Workforce. Diversity and inclusion has become a measure of performance on every corporate agenda. It has also become ...
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Employers Are Embracing Inclusion, ...

There are 56 million-plus people with disabilities in the U.S. Many of those people are talented, eager to work and ready to contribute to an organization, says Nancy Geenen, CEO of Flexability. Geenen cites a stat from the U.S. Department of Labor t...
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Corporate Diversity Efforts Often L...

Article published in Fortune by CEO of Flexability, Nancy Geenen: The robust economy, high productivity, and a 3.7% unemployment rate—the lowest in decades—has prompted businesses of all sizes to double down on recruiting and hiring efforts. They’re...
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The Power of Person-First Language ...

Article published in Entrepreneur by CEO of Flexability, Nancy Geenen: Have you ever thought about the words you use to describe disability? On a recent flight, I watched the documentary film “Won’t You Be My Neighbor.” In a clip from Mister Roger...
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Disabled Workers and the Economy

The Center for American Progress held a discussion to assess the economic challenges and opportunities for workers with disabilities. Following their discussion, panelists answered questions from the audience.