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As with so many areas of DEI, company culture from the top-down and management style seem to have a big impact on how workers perceive their inclusion in the workplace. (Photo: Shutterstock) As with so many areas of DEI, company culture from the top-down and management style seem to have a big impact on how workers perceive their inclusion in the workplace. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A new study released by Global Disability Inclusion, in collaboration with Mercer, found that disabled workers are less engaged and rank their work experiences lower than workers without disabilities.

The ten-year study underlines the challenges faced by disabled people, who represent 15% of the population. The project collected more than 12 million responses from workers around the world and found an “engagement gap” that was significant in a range of areas.

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