Invisible disabilities can range from anxiety and depression to hearing and vision impairment to diabetes. About 1 in 10 U.S. adults live with an invisible disability1 and these invisible disabilities can compromise an employee's ability to work under normal conditions.
"In the United States, sixty-one million people are experiencing some kind of functional impairment associated with a disability. The question for us must be: How can we be more inclusive?" – Dr. Jessica Isom, Virgin Pulse Science Advisory Board
Building a culture of inclusivity that embraces employees of all abilities and backgrounds is a foundational piece of your organization’s DEI initiatives. Embracing the abilities of all members of your workforce is essential to employee engagement, wellbeing, and a sustainable competitive advantage for your organization.
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