December 5, 2018
FORBES: Closing The Disability Inclusion Gap At Work: These 5 Research-Proven Ways Will Help You Start Today

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It’s one thing for a team’s leadership to say they want to be more inclusive and another to successfully put that vision into practice.

Being more disability-friendly has to be a cross-departmental, multi-level priority, involving every area of the business, from human resources to the IT department. To be successful, companies also need to measure what matters from start to finish, according to the most recent Disability Equality Index Report, a national benchmarking tool for businesses to track their disability inclusion efforts.

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