As business leaders strive to increase their reach into the talent market, they also look to increase representation in underserved communities. Candidates and customers seek out organizations with a diverse and inclusive workplace. Expanding recruitment and hiring efforts to workers with disabilities isn’t just sound marketing, it’s good for the community and business.

The Centers for Disease Control reports 26% of Americans have some form of disability. The highest percentage among those face challenges with mobility – walking or climbing stairs. For this group, wheelchair access is a low cost way business can make an accommodation. According to the Bureau

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