Research Business Administration Research in the Business Administration division analyzes general frameworks, processes and behavioral patterns in the organizational context which positively influence the prevention of work incapability and the integration of people with disabilities. Our research aims to investigate the interaction between individual-level, management- and team-level, as well as organizational-level factors, thus exploring conditions under which employees with disabilities are able to become effective and integral components of a company’s personnel. At the level of individual employees, we examine which factors are central for the employability and long-term motivation of people with disabilities. In addition, we deal with the question of how individual employees’ ability to work can be retained (also at an advanced age) and how inability to work can be prevented. At the level of managers and employees, we analyze how an integrative leadership behavior can look like that utilizes and develops the respective skills of employees with and without disabilities to the best possible extent. At the team level, we investigate how heterogeneous working groups consisting of employees with and without disabilities can be optimally composed and supported. The purpose here is to develop any potentials resulting from the team members’ diversity while preventing possible discrimination processes and conflicts in the team at the same time. At the level of the overall organization, we investigate the preconditions for a successful and sustainable integration of people with disabilities. In this context, a decisive part is played by the adaptation and configuration of HR systems to enable the best possible inclusion of all employees. Besides rather hard factors such as working-schedules and workplace design, a special emphasis is put on organizational culture. In a first step theoretical work is an important component of our research. The focus lies on the development and advancement of existing theoretical models as well as on the integration of different research disciplines. In a second step we strive for empirical analyses which primarly draw on quantitative methods of data analyses and include - beside others - employee surveys.