Case Studies

Whether you operate a small to medium sized enterprise or a multi-national corporation, whether your business is in the private, public or non-profit sector, people with disabilities have much to contribute and can have a positive impact on your bottom line.

Below are just two of many businesses that are benefitting from hiring people who have a disability.

Walgreens

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In 2007, Walgreens opened a new distribution center in Windsor, Connecticut in 2007 where 47% of the workforce is comprised of people with a disability.

The Windsor DC has had the highest productive output of any DC in the Walgreens chain every year since opening.  View the complete Case Study here.

Megleen Inc.

Tim Hortons Employee

Tim Hortons LogoMegleen Inc. operates 6 Tim Horton locations in Scarborough, Ontario where 17% of the workforce is comprised of people with a disability in all departments of the business from entry level through production, logistics, customer service and management. View the complete Case Study here.

Bottom Line: Higher Productivity at Lower Cost = Increased Profitability