The Australian benchmark for disability diversity and inclusion
The APM Disability Diversity and Inclusion Index (DDI Index) is the largest holistic research project of its kind in Australia.
From research gathered from more than 600 businesses and more than 1,200 people with disability, the DDI Index provides a score on disability diversity and inclusion in Australian workplaces.
The benchmark score in the first-ever DDI Index 2020 was 57.6 out of 100.
A range of factors are examined in the research, including access to employment and careers, equality and inclusion in workplaces, and the barriers facing people with disability and the steps to remove or reduce them.
Capturing attitudes, perspectives and actions, the DDI Index is a benchmark of inclusion and equality for job seekers and employees with a disability, or people returning to work after an injury or illness.
Download the APM Disability Diversity and Inclusion Index 2021 today and you’ll also get a bonus report on the impact of COVID-19 on people with disability, plus the inaugural DDI Index 2020.