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Guide to Disability and Inclusion in the Workplace

Guide to Disability and Inclusion in the Workplace

January 2024 | 296 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc

Master the ethical and practical aspects of disability accommodation. Learn effective strategies, overcome common barriers, and build a thriving workplace for all.

  • Real-world examples and best practices.
  • Engage with practical scenarios and exercises.
  • Go beyond compliance and build a culture of inclusion.

Empower your workplace, unlock potential, and create a competitive edge.

Katherine Breward

Katherine Breward is an Associate Professor at the University of Winnipeg in the Department of Business and Economics. She holds undergraduate degrees in sociology and adult education, an MBA, and a PhD in Organizational Behaviour from the Richard Ivey School of Business (Western University). Dr. Breward’s research focuses on labour market entry for historically disadvantaged populations with a particular focus on disability accommodation and addressing non-conscious bias and structural barriers to full workplace inclusion. As a person with autism, Dr. Breward is especially interested in the inclusion of neurodiverse workers. She teaches a... More About Author

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