Spread the Word
Make Some Noise
Most of us know a person with a disability—a relative or friend. And still, the
myths about workers with disabilities remain. Take a stand and tell the world to
"Think Beyond the Label". Workers with disabilities are the next great wave of workers,
and hiring them makes great business sense for a number of reasons. Here’s how you
can help to amplify the message and encourage employment of people with disabilities:
Make a Label
Help spread the word about hiring people with disabilities. Sending eCards calling out family, friends and colleagues on their unique quirks shows just how silly labels can be.
Make a Pledge
Join us. Make a Pledge and let
everyone know that you "Think Beyond the Label". One way we’re making the business
case for hiring workers with disabilities is through an integrated advertising campaign.
Your pledge will help us get the word to more people.
Share Our Content with Colleagues and Friends
You can help us spread the word by sharing information and articles with hiring
managers and executives you know. Share our story on Twitter and Facebook, and link
to us on LinkedIn. We have made it even easier by providing shareable links on many
of our pages. With your help, we can get employers to "Think Beyond the Label" when
it comes to hiring workers with disabilities.
Blog About Us
Help spread the word about Think Beyond the Label through your media channels. Bloggers and journalists can find press releases, campaign creative and more in our
If you hire workers with disabilities, tell us about it. Share your
Success Stories so we can keep the momentum moving forward. Your stories
also become an example for peers and help to further amplify the Think Beyond the
Become a Brand Partner
Work with us to help spread the word about our Think Beyond the Label initiative by becoming a
partner. Together we can come up with some great ideas on how you can help us achieve our objectives in a way that would also benefit your brand.
Use our Twibbon
Add our Twibbon to your profile picture on Twitter and Facebook.