The Changing Conversation Around Work and People With Disabilities

The Changing Conversation Around Work and People With Disabilities

What is your company doing to actively add people with disabilities to its workforce? For employers that are truly committed to diversity, equity and inclusion, that initiative should include people with disabilities.

Supporting workers with disabilities – whether physical, mental, or invisible – and making sure they feel completely welcome and comfortable in your working environment, is the most important goal.

But as an organization, there’s a real business case for investing in such a commitment. “When you’re bringing a lot of different skills into the organization, it can be extremely good for productivity and the profitability of a business,” says Claire Barnes, chief human capital officer, Monster.

Monster has teamed up with Brandwatch understand how the conversation has changed around people with disabilities and employment. Explore the biggest themes and the emerging trends in online discussion since the pandemic began.

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