Our workplaces continue to evolve as we face the challenges brought by the ongoing effects of the pandemic, and as leaders, we have had to adapt to operational and employee experience challenges and continue to create workplaces that work for everyone, especially for people with disabilities.
For this reason, Meg O'Connell, CEO of Global Disability Inclusion writes for Forbes on the top five trends we will likely see this year and beyond for disability inclusion.
1 - Hybrid and remote working
2 - An emphasis on mental health
3 - Expansion of caregiver benefits
4 - Employee power
5 - The end of subminimum wage
Check the article for the full insight💡