Workplace Accessibility: How Remote Work Can Help Employees with Disabilities

In the United States, there are more than 33 million people with disabilities who are between 16 and 64 years old. In that group, fewer than 56% are employed, based on research from the 2000 census. In 2022, it appears that only about a third of individuals with disabilities are employed compared to similarly aged workers. One of the reasons for this could be a lack of accessibility in the workplace.

Companies should strive to provide more opportunities for workers and should work toward developing an accessible workplace. Let’s get a better understanding of what this means and the types of actions your organization can take to become more welcoming to employees with disabilities.

What Is Workplace Accessibility?

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