How to Build a Disability-Inclusive Workplace

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Having a disability-inclusive workplace means hiring people with physical, mental, or developmental disabilities. It gives people with disabilities a chance to work, get paid fairly, and also grow in their careers, just like everyone else.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is estimated that 1.3 billion people worldwide have a major disability.  

But, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports: 

In 2022, 30 percent of disabled workers had part-time jobs, while only 16 percent of non-disabled workers did the same.Across all age groups, persons with a disability were much less likely to be employed than those

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