Disability in the Workplace: Company Practices
Many companies realize that people with disabilities are productive, reliable employees who bring
benefits to the workplace. A diverse workforce, inclusive of people with disabilities, is seen by many as important. Some companies also engage in developing products and services for people with disabilities, their families and friends. And, as companies engage with communities in which they work, many pay specific attention to disabled persons. These three themes are the basis of Disability in the Workplace: Company Practices, which describes the contemporary experiences of 25 companies and their work on the issue of disability. The profiles describe company practices towards disabled persons as employees or potential employees, customers and consumers, and community members. The descriptions are short, only two to four pages, but each captures the context of company operations as it relates to the issue of disability.
|verantwoordelijke||International Labour Office|
|organisatie||International Labour Office|
|instelling||International Labour Office|
|trefwoorden||werkplekken ; voorbeelden ; ervaringen ; multinationals|