The AT&T Foundry in Israel is helping a wounded veteran get back to playing piano after losing years to devastating injuries
Read about the innovative technologies leveraged by the Foundry in this AT&T Insider article: https://insider.att.com/sc4#contents/19815040/detail
AT&T has a lot to be proud of across the company. And the latest is that they've been named #1 on DiversityInc.'s Top 50 Companies for Diversity.
AT&T has been in the top 10 for each of the past 6 years. But being #1 this year is a real tribute to the efforts personnel have made to move beyond tolerance to truly understanding each other's perspectives. And this recognition brings to life AT&T's values to stand for equality and pursue excellence.
AT&T Chairman & CEO, Randall Stephenson says, "Being ranked #1 comes with the added responsibility of never being satisfied with where we are today so that our company forever reflects the customers and communities we serve."
AT&T received a top score of 100 for the company's commitment to ensuring that people with disabilities are included within the workplace, customer base and supply chain practices.
The DEI is a joint initiative between American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) and the US Business Leadership Network (USBLN), jointly designed by disability advocates and business leaders as the nation's most trusted comprehensive benchmarking tool for disability inclusion. The Index measures key performance indicators across organizational culture, leadership, accessibility, employment, community engagement, support services and supplier diversity.
Spread the word about our inclusive culture by sharing this blogpost by AT&T Chief Diversity Officer, Corey Anthony, as well as this LinkedIn post about the recognition!