From Forbes

For the past half-century, national laws and innovative architectural design features have ensured that professionals of all physical ability levels are equipped to equally participate in workplace environments. But now that hybrid is the new normal, it means that at least half of workers’ time is spent outside of those carefully controlled environments. This leaves advocates to wonder: Are the needs of disabled professionals considered and cared for as much in a virtual work environment as they were in the office?

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