For companies to accept and support employees with diverse abilities, they first need to understand their challenges and strengths.

“Creating an inclusive workplace culture is about fostering an environment where every individual feels valued and can contribute their best. When companies embrace diverse abilities, they unlock a wealth of creativity, problem-solving skills and unique perspectives. An inclusive workplace fosters a sense of belonging among employees, which leads to higher morale, engagement and productivity. Studies  show organisations that prioritise diversity and inclusion outperform their peers, both ethically and economically,” says Lehlohonolo Mokomela, group head of transformation at Momentum Metropolitan...

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