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BUSINESSES MUST MAKE EMPLOYEES WITH DISABILITIES FEEL INCLUDED

Millions of people have disabilities that affect how they communicate. How can internal communications professionals keep everyone in the loop and ensure all employees feel welcome and included?

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3rd April 2018
An email to all staff. A sales presentation. A job interview. A chat by the water cooler. All pretty routine occurrences for an internal communications professional. But what if one or more of the people involved has a disability that affects their communication? Nine million people in the UK have hearing loss, and another two million have sight loss. Some of them probably work for your...
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