Blindness, Low Vision, and the Workforce

Learn about blindness, low vision, and how individuals who are blind or low vision perform job functions. Additionally, learn how to assess and improve the diversity, equity, and inclusion of your workforce.

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Assessing Your Workforce

Evaluating whether employees would feel safe disclosing blindness/ low vision can be tricky. It calls for a balanced approach to avoid the hidden risk of (or perception of) violating an […]

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How People Who Are Blind or Low Vision Do Their Jobs, and Common Myths 

Qualified employees who are blind or low vision are capable. They simply need tools to do their jobs effectively and environments conducive to their efforts. Two people doing the same […]

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Interacting with a Person Who Is Blind or Low Vision in the Workforce

What Is Blindness or Low Vision? Individuals can be born with blindness or low vision or develop it later in life due to an accident or eye condition. Many different […]

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How to Actively Promote a Culture of Inclusion and Accessibility at Your Workplace

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). The annual campaign aims to raise awareness about disability employment issues and celebrate the contributions of workers with disabilities.   Every NDEAM, various […]

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