Saying there is a disability strategy and proving the strategy is working are two different things. Measuring progress is the only assurance that people are counted in rather than excluded.
— By Jeremiah Prince
The expression "level the playing field" is frequently used to cover many situations, but when applied to people with disabilities in the workplace, it takes on enormous importance. A level playing field means people with disabilities have a fair opportunity, based on their abilities and desire to succeed, to express their potential.
Organizations develop disability initiatives and institute policies and procedures addressing things like....