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hand holding red umbrella over cartoon drawings of workers Inclusive design enhances the usability and accessibility of products or areas by everyone regardless of physical disability, age, race or other characteristics. (Photo: Feodora/stock.adobe.com)

There’s been a flurry of conversation surrounding the future of the workplace and what that will look like in the coming months and years ahead. One of the topics that emerged following the summer of 2020 is the need to infuse the workplace with inclusion and diversity.

While these events may have started the deeper conversation around inclusion and diversity, data demonstrating the positive impact of an inclusively designed workplace make clear its undeniable benefit to organizations.

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