Debates & Myths About Employing Workers with Disabilities

Charlie Graham guest bloggerI must be getting old. I clearly remember the debates about bringing ethnic minority employees into the workforce, paying women equally to men, and even preserving the workplace wisdom provided only by older workers. Today, such debates seem as antiquated as whether women are capable of riveting airplane panels, as thousands of ‘Rosie the Riveters’ proved in World War II. Continue reading “Debates & Myths About Employing Workers with Disabilities”