July 11, 2023

Nestlé Health Science Named A “Best Place to Work for People with Disabilities”

Leading U.S. disability organizations recognize top companies fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace

Nestlé Health Science has been recognized as one of the “2023 Best Places to Work for People with Disabilities” by the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), the nation’s largest disability rights organization, and Disability:IN, the global business disability inclusion network.

The ranking is sourced from the Disability Equality Index® (DEI), the world’s most comprehensive benchmarking tool to measure disability workplace inclusion against competitors.

"These top-scoring companies understand deeply that people with disabilities represent a tremendous source of talent and innovation for their workforce and market share for their brands, and they are trailblazers in our journey towards full disability inclusion in business," said Maria Town, President and CEO of AAPD.

Originally created by the DEI Advisory Committee, a diverse group of business leaders, policy experts and disability advocates, the DEI exists to help businesses make a positive impact on the unemployment/underemployment of people with disabilities.


Announcing New Collaboration with Disability:IN

Nestlé Health Science values are rooted in respect for the individual and a commitment to creating a workplace culture that values diversity, promotes inclusion, and fosters a sense of community and belonging. As part of that ongoing commitment, we are also proud to announce our new collaboration with Disability:IN, joining over 400+ other corporations dedicated to advancing disability inclusion in the workplace. 

“Being named as a Best Place to Work for People with Disabilities is a great honor. We embrace the beauty of belonging and strive to foster a workplace that allow employees to show up each day without fear of being their true selves,” said Laurel Catlett-King, Vice President & Head of Human Resources at Nestlé Health Science. “Partnering with Disability:IN is another step in our disability inclusion journey and we continue to be committed to advancing efforts and contributing to an accessible global community.”

To learn more about Disability:IN and the Disability Equality Index, visit www.DisabilityEqualityIndex.org