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Home / News & Events / The Disability INclusion Blog / ‘I was told I could never work remotely’: Before coronavirus, workers with disabilities say they implored employers to allow them to work from home

As many businesses across the U.S. have cobbled together work-from-home programs to comply with COVID-19 social-distancing measures, some workers with disabilities wonder why they were told for so long that they couldn’t work remotely to accommodate their disability — and now hope that this moment could be a turning point that makes telework options more widely available. Continue reading on MarketWatch.

Hannah Chadwick2020-05-14T15:43:25+00:00May 14th, 2020|In the News|

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