ComToAct Symposium The symposium explored the question of how the professional inclusion of people with disabilities can succeed and which "best practice examples" exist. The winners of the ComToAct-Award Several speakers highlighted individual dimensions of the topic from different perspectives. During the event, the CDI-HSG also awarded the "Commitment to Action" prize for the first time. It recognized three organizations that are exemplary in their commitment to the inclusion of people with disabilities in the primary labor market. The three winning organizations each received 5000 Swiss francs prize money, which was donated by the Evangelical Reformed Church of the Canton of St.Gallen. The Award Winners asperger informatik audi ag institut für sozialdienste (IFS) Founded in 2009, Asperger Informatik AG offers IT services in the areas of software testing and web design. Five of the company's seven employees based in Zurich are Asperger autistic. They have special skills, which are often ideal prerequisites for corresponding professions in computer science. Asperger's personalities are often highly talented and possess a quick perception, high attention to detail, extreme powers of concentration as well as pronounced persistence and endurance. Asperger Informatik AG uses and appreciates this extraordinary talent and makes optimum use of it. Audi AG is recognized for its "LGW Coordination Team I/PI-4" project on systematic performance management and the deployment of performance-changed employees. The project aims to make the knowledge and skills of these employees as productive as possible. The benchmark is the achievement of the so-called "Audi standard performance", which can also be achieved by employees with restrictions through appropriate job adjustments or qualifications. The winners from AUDI In accordance with the principle of "inclusion rather than exclusion", there are no organizational units created exclusively for people with disabilities. Rather, the employees with reduced performance remain in their familiar working environment whenever possible. If restrictions due to job adjustments and similar interventions cannot be compensated for, a suitable job is sought in surrounding organizational units. The earmarked prize money was donated by Audi AG to inclusion projects. The winning team of the IFS SPAGAT is a model of the Institute for Social Services (IFS) Vorarlberg for the professional inclusion of young people with significant disabilities. The aim is to involve young people in the primary labor market of their regional environment by applying the principle of supported employment. Through the intensive cooperation of a so-called "support circle" of teachers, parents, family, friends, etc., a supporting social network is created which supports those affected in their future planning and professional intclusion. The four SPAGAT special prize winners are the municipality of Schoppernau, the beverage company Alfi, the children's play group Rumpelspielchen and the Parent-Child Centre Feldkirch.