NFP, a leading insurance broker and consultant providing property and casualty (P&C) solutions, employee benefits, retirement solutions and individual solutions, today announced
“I joined the CEO Commission because I share their vision to remove barriers to employment equality and actively collaborate to tackle unemployment and underemployment among people with disabilities,” said Hammond. “With only 17.5% of people with disabilities in employment, we have a tremendous opportunity to connect with this pool of talented people, introduce them to our organizations and create avenues to benefit from their contributions. “
“Our partnership with the CEO Commission is just one of the programs that support our focus on improving a workplace dedicated to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging,” added
“As companies look at their bottom line, including more people with disabilities not only makes business sense, but also opens up opportunities for more people,” said
NFP is a leading insurance broker and consultant providing specialized solutions in P&C, employee benefits, retirement and personal insurance through its licensed subsidiaries and affiliates. NFP enables client success through the expertise of more than 6,000 employees worldwide, investments in innovative technologies and lasting relationships with highly rated insurers, suppliers and financial institutions. NFP is the 5th largest employee benefits broker in terms of global revenue, the 5th best place to work in insurance and the 6th largest private broker based in the United States (
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About the CEO Commission
The CEO’s Commission for the Employment of People with Disabilities was founded by