Employing people with a disability is good business
A person with a disability often has the capability and loyalty required but is overlooked. A number of Canberra Business Chamber members across different sectors already benefit from employing people with a disability in a wide variety of roles.
Communication and support; the keys to embracing inclusion in the workplace
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How employing people with disability is good business
Image Credit – Canberra Business Chamber (Cam Sullings: CBC Business Development Manager, Anthony Williams: Nexus Human Services, Jim Roy: Director of Michael Page Recruiting, Hugh MacWilliam: Team Administrator from Michael Page Recruiting)
Employing people with disability ensures that your team best reflects the community in which it operates. Like all employees, people with disability bring a range of skills, talents and abilities to the workplace. They work in all sorts of jobs, with many holding tertiary or trade qualifications.
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