Hiring employees with impairments can be advantageous to a business, and according to USA Today, 25% of job seekers and current team members have a disability. So how can organizations practice a human-centric approach to leadership and support all of their staff members to succeed by promoting disability inclusion in the workplace?
On this episode of the Survive & Thrive podcast, host Jennifer Ayres discusses how employees with disabilities can be incredible assets to a company and workplace culture. She explains how leaders can focus on diversity inclusion to improve their organization and company culture. This can involve implementing accommodations for disabled staff members and making inclusivity a core company value. She also explains the benefits of hiring candidates with disabilities, including reduced employee turnover, higher productivity, a healthier work environment, and other advantages.
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