Flexibility makes a big difference in inclusion.

Flexibility makes a big difference in inclusion.

Source: Disabled People Have WFH For Years. Companies Catch Up

The competition to hire the best will increase in the years ahead. Companies that give extra flexibility to their employees will have the edge.

Source: Bill Gates Says You Must Provide This Perk if You Want to Hire and Keep the Best Employees | Inc.com

Flexibility, especially the flexibility gained from working from home, avoids a lot of forced intimacy. It avoids a lot of the accommodations grind. That’s a boon to disabled and neurodivergent workers, and to everyone.

Let workers work from home, and give them a home office budget so they can create their own access intimacy.

Published by Ryan Boren

#ActuallyAutistic parent and retired tech worker. Equity literate education, respectfully connected parenting, passion-based learning, indie ed-tech, neurodiversity, social model of disability, design for real life, inclusion, open web, open source. he/they

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