An inclusive workplace is one where all employees have equal access to opportunities and resources. It’s a place where all employees – regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, language or disability – are seen and heard by those around them. It’s an environment without physical, social and cultural barriers.
A company can make its workplace more inclusive by adjusting negative attitudes and perceptions about recruiting persons with disabilities, and by providing them with the necessary tools to succeed. This may sometimes mean providing them with reasonable accommodations, if needed.