Not only are people who are blind or visually impaired interested in building a career, they are also well-educated, well-prepared, and ultimately well-suited for the workforce.

If it wasn’t clear before, the past year and a half solidified the idea that inclusivity in the corporate world doesn’t just happen. It takes conscious, continuous effort on behalf of employers. This is even more true when building an inclusive workplace for people with disabilities.

National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) is the perfect time for employers to consider how our world has changed in recent years and how to create workplaces that are more inclusive than they were in the past. NDEAM highlights the importance of ensuring that people with disabilities have full access to employment, whether a business is embracing telework or inviting employees back to the workplace. It’s time for employers to recognize the vital contributions that people with disabilities—including people who are blind or visually impaired—have on America’s economy.

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