Stericycle is proud to participate in National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), which celebrates the many contributions that people with disabilities bring to our workplace and the economy. Our team members with disabilities are an important part of Stericycle. Not only do they bring their expertise to the work they do, but they are also resilient, adaptable, and experienced problem solvers.
“Stericycle has an incredible, inclusive culture that is friendly and inviting for all candidates seeking opportunities for achievement,” says Joseph A. Reuter, Stericycle Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer. “We proudly support an environment committed to developing all team members’ talents.”
Nearly 50 million Americans live with a disability, which can be a physical impairment or a mental or medical illness that is not outwardly visible. Many of these individuals don’t define themselves by their disability; however, the stereotypes associated with people with disabilities can create barriers to employment and inclusion. At Stericycle, it’s what our team members can do that matters. We recognize the value and skills that people with disabilities bring to our team.
This and every month, our leaders:
- Model positive and inclusive attitudes and behaviors, focusing on how our team members’ talents come together to help us all succeed at work.
- Are aware of and dispel the stereotypes associated with people with disabilities, especially during the recruitment process.
- Embrace a can-do mindset, flexing the skillset of our team members with disabilities to achieve success.
As a company, Stericycle is committed to fostering a diverse workplace, and we all play an important part in promoting inclusivity and recognizing each other for our abilities.
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Visit our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion page on Stericycle.com to find out more about how we cultivate an inclusive culture where our team members feel valued, and subscribe to our newsletter below to stay informed.