To be considered for an Employer Partner of Inclusion Award, businesses must be an Employer Partner with OOD and have hired at least five OOD job seekers during the year-long evaluation period.
In addition, the Employer Partner must meet specific criteria that demonstrates their level of diversity and inclusion practices for individuals with
There are 4 levels of awards: Champion has the highest score overall; Platinum is 90 points or higher; Gold is 80 points or higher; and Silver is 70 points or higher
We are pleased to announce the 2018 OOD Employer Partners of Inclusion Award Winners!
New Bremen, Ohio
Crown Equipment Corporation is one of the top five largest lift truck manufacturers in the world and employs over 4,000 Ohioans. Crown has collaborated with OOD on many diversity and inclusion initiatives since 2015, including piloting an on-the-job training program this year.
Fifth Third Bank
Heartland at ProMedica/HCR ManorCare
The Ohio State University
Walgreens Perrysburg Distribution Center
University Hospitals of Cleveland
G4S Secure Solutions
Renhill HR on Demand
U.S. Social Security Administration
The VR program receives 78.7 percent of its funding through a grant from the U.S.D.O.E. For FFY 2018, the total amount of grant funds awarded were $100,336,097. The remaining 21.3 percent of the costs $27,155,767 were funded by another non-Federal allowable source.
Download the pdf of the 2018 Employer Partners of Inclusion Awards poster