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August 13, 2022
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Nearly all businesses are aware of disability issues, but more needs to be done

A new study of 120 global brands shows how over 90 per cent of businesses now recognise the importance of disabled employees and customers. The study is the first to consider how businesses are serving the needs of disabled people at a global and local level and how to share best practice. The study, called Towards a Disability-Smart World: Developing a global disability inclusion strategy, was conducted by Business Disability Forum in partnership with energy company Royal Dutch Shell.  It draws on evidence and case studies from the experience of organisations including Shell, Unilever, HSBC, Accenture and Microsoft. The report…
Nearly all businesses are aware of disability issues, but more needs to be done

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