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Why Disability Employment is Good Business

President George H.W. Bush signs the ADA into law on July 26, 1990 (White House South Lawn).

Americans With Disabilities Act Turns 28

All savvy employers should know by now that providing equal opportunities to people with disabilities simply makes good business sense in the 21st century global economy. This is especially true in a competitive U.S. labor market.




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David B. Grinberg

David B. Grinberg

Strategic communications and PR consultant, writer covering social justice issues | prior spokesman at U.S. EEOC, OMB, White House appointee | DC-based, NY-bred

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