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Blindness at work

Working with someone who is blind or partially sighted is no different than working with anyone else. People with sight loss excel in a wide range of careers with the help of technology and simple workplace accommodations.

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Workplace accommodations

Creating an accessible workplace is easy and will have a positive impact on your entire workforce. Learn how technology can help you accommodate blind or partially sighted employees.
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Creating an inclusive workplace

The next step after hiring someone who is blind is making them feel comfortable and included in the workplace. It’s easy. All it takes is a little flexibility and consideration.
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Hiring someone with sight loss

The biggest misconception about hiring a candidate who is blind or partially is that the process will be difficult or expensive. The truth is, it's neither. Learn how you can hire someone with sight loss.