Disability Equality Index Gives Intel a Score of 100 for Third Year in a Row

Jul 17, 2020 2:00 PM ET
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July 17, 2020 /3BL Media/– Disability Equality Index, which provides a comprehensive benchmarking tool for corporations to self-report on their disability policies and practices, gave Intel a score of 100 for the third year in a row. For background, the DEI reflects a company’s inclusive disability practices and policies in four areas: culture & leadership; enterprise-wide access; employment practices; and community engagement and support services. This evolving index objectively scores each corporation on a scale from 0 to 100—100 representing the most inclusive.

The DEI measures a wide range of criteria within six (6) categories. The breakdown of categories, subcategories, and point values is as follows:

  • Culture & Leadership (30 points)
    • Culture (20 points)
    • Leadership (10 points)
  • Enterprise-Wide Access (10 points)
    • Enterprise-Wide Access (10 points)
  • Employment Practices (40 points)
    • Benefits (10 points)
    • Recruitment (10 points)
    • Employment, Education, Retention, & Advancement (10 points)
    • Accommodations (10 points)
  • Community Engagement (10 points)
    • Community Engagement (10 points)
  • Supplier Diversity (10 points)
    • Supplier Diversity (10 points)
  • Non-U.S. Operations = Not Weighted

Read more about the Disability Equality Index here

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