People with disabilities are under-represented in the workplace.
Gender is often touted as a more important priority for diversity and inclusion activity – because more than half the population is female. But people with disabilities make up the next largest group yet they are often overlooked.
Even when organizations do seek to include people who are differently abled, they often start with an occupational health assessment – telling people what they already know about themselves at a cost to the business.
PDT Global’s consultant, Eleanor Brett, shares five practical tips and insights that can help business leaders progress towards true inclusion for people with disabilities in her latest article for HRD (Human Resources Director):
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