Skip to content Home / News & Events / The Disability INclusion Blog / CNBC: Hybrid working will now allow more people with disabilities to enter labor force, Ted Kennedy Jr. says (CNBC) Ted Kennedy Jr., co-chair of the Disability Equality Index and board member of the American Association of People with Disabilities, told CNBC that companies’ changing views toward remote-working and hybrid-working following the Covid-19 pandemic will allow more people with disabilities to enter the labor force.

The Disability Equality Index in the U.S. describes itself as the leading corporate benchmarking tool which measures and discloses participating company’s efforts in disability inclusion.

“Hybrid work and remote work are just a couple of the accommodations that many people with disabilities have been asking for. So, we think that companies’ views now of remote work will allow more people with disabilities to enter the labor force,” he said.

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