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International Day of People with Disability

Dec 3, 2020

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Today is the UN’s International Day of People with Disability. This is a day for not only recognising the contribution and achievements of people with disability, but about the need for society to strive towards a disability-inclusive, accessible and sustainable world.

There’s no better time to think about how to improve the inclusivity of workplaces than as we move into the post-COVID world – especially as we’ve seen over the past year how small changes can make significant changes to workplace inclusivity. And when workers with disabilities outperform colleagues 90% of the time, these are changes that are well worth making!

JobsBank is committed to providing businesses with the advice, supports and contacts they need to move towards a more inclusive society, ensuring that the Victoria we rebuild as we recover is fairer, more equitable, and more productive for everyone. To read more about International Day of People with Disability and some of the extraordinary Australians who live and work with disabilities, visit: https://www.idpwd.com.au/stories/

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