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  • Writer's pictureKristy Mandigo Kinkor

What is Self Identification?

Disability self identification is an employee information mechanism by which an employee voluntarily chooses to identify as a person with a disability. Captured by a range of surveys, this data can inform internal and external programming, policymaking, and regulatory reporting.

Self ID offers a window into workforce composition at a moment when longstanding binaries – gay or straight, Black or White, male or female – are being replaced by fluid constructs that capture the complexity of human identity that only an individual can self identify.

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