StatePoint MediaThose with disabilities should ensure the company offers a supportive environment and will view an individual’s experience as an asset to the organization. ■ StatePoint Media / Contributed October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month and a good time to focus on the issue of inclusion in the workplace. With historically low unemployment rates among the general population, those with disabilities may enjoy expanded opportunities, particularly as more employers discover the power of a diverse workforce. But finding the right job fit is important, say experts. “When those of us with disabilities have a real seat at the table, the innovations we introduce are beneficial to everyone,” says Kathy Martinez,
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