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Category: Workplace Adaptions

3 October, 2018 Priti Rohra

What Equal Opportunity Employers should look for in a Biometric Time & Attendance System?

Inclusion starts right at the door steps! Being an equal opportunity employer ourselves and with approx. 65% of our staff comprising of persons with different types of impairments, procuring any solution for our offices has always been an interesting task. We have employees with wide range of impairments from hard-of-hearing to deaf, low vision to…

29 March, 2017 Shilpi Kapoor

Keyboard at every desk! Adaption to the Rescue!?

I don’t know about you, but if I have to get work done, I prefer using the keyboard & keyboard shortcuts rather than the mouse. I find it most effective and faster to manoeuvre with! Yet when we go to buy a computer, the last thing that we consider is the keyboard! Maybe, we have…

5 April, 2016 Shilpi Kapoor

Braille Labels as Adaption – 14 ways in the Workplace

So many organizations have started focusing on hiring people with visual impairment. Though not every person with visual impairment can read braille, that doesn’t mean we should ignore it! Often adaption is small things that make it possible for a person to do something independently and braille labels are one such simple tool to explore!…