Disability Inclusion at Lilly

Empowering a global culture of inclusion extends beyond our knowledge and skills into our physical spaces and the accessibility of our workplace. The goal of Access Lilly is to create a disability-confident company culture that enables a barrier-free environment for employees and customers.
Access Lilly is a transformational program and a key enabler for Lilly's global disability inclusion strategy. It is focused on improving the experiences of employees and customers living with disabilities, impairments, and long-term health conditions by identifying and removing the potential barriers they face when working with us, doing business with us, and when using our products and services.
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Workplace Accommodation

Lilly is dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities to actively engage in the workforce, ensuring equal opportunities when vying for positions. If you require an accommodation to submit a resume for a position at Lilly, please complete the United States (US) or Outside of the United States (OUS) accommodation request form if for further assistance.
Please note this email address is intended for use only to request an accommodation as part of the application process. Any other correspondence will not receive a response. 
EnAble is Lilly's global Employee Resource Group (ERG) with a vision to create a disability-confident culture that recognizes disability as a valued dimension of difference. With over 2000 members worldwide it promotes awareness, provides support, and removes barriers for those with lived experience of disability. Lilly has a thriving community of Accessibility Champions who are ignited with a passion to influence their teams, lead by example, and share best practices.

Learn more about our Inclusion Efforts

Click Here to View Lilly's DEI Impact Report 

Zeenat Khoja 
Director, Journeys and DEI Consultancy
"Results from Lilly's EnAble Journey will be pivotal to the employee experience at Lilly-- allowing us to take a conscious and proactive approach to creating a disability-confident culture--one in which disability is viewed as a positive dimension of difference. But first, we must fully understand who makes up our disabled community at Lilly and what they need. This journey is allowing us to do just that--and I know we will come out of this journey much stronger than we were before and equipped to better serve yet another valuable talent pool and community of people."