According to the 2010 U.S. Census, one in five people have some form of physical or cognitive disability. And yet as of 2016, only 17.9 percent of people with disabilities were employed, compared with 65.3 percent of people without a disability.
Nevertheless chances are at least one person in your organization probably has some form of disability.
These disabilities are at times obvious, such as employees with limited mobility or who are registered as blind. Yet many of these disabilities, dyslexia being a good example, are spectrum conditions. Some employees may only struggle with particular words, or find some color combinations difficult to work with. After all, one in 10 men have some degree of color blindness, of which red/green is one of the most common.
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