Adherence and Accessibility in the Workplace: Directly Consulting with Disabled Workers and Prospective Workers
|Equitable access to and within one’s chosen field of work heavily impacts one’s level of productivity, satisfaction in the workplace, and longevity of one’s time employed in this location. In that critical era when new college graduates are building a career, examining how those who expect to request accommodations experience workplace accessibility can help workers, policy makers, and researchers gain insight concerning the process of requesting accommodations and how disabled* workers and prospective workers can best be served to allow them to achieve their fullest potential in their chosen field.
|SUNY Brockport, Honors College
|Adherence and Accessibility in the Workplace: Directly Consulting with Disabled Workers and Prospective Workers