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Woman in a wheelchair As with so many areas of DEI, company culture from the top down and management style seem to have a big impact how workers perceive their inclusion in the workplace. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A ten-year study on workers with disabilities found that such workers are less engaged, and rank their work experiences lower, than workers without disabilities.

The new study was released by Global Disability Inclusion, in collaboration with Mercer, and underlines the challenges faced by disabled people, who represent 15% of the population. The project collected more than 12 million responses from workers around the world and found an “engagement gap” that was significant in a range of areas.

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