Disabled women face unique challenges within the workplace but group insurance can provide specific benefits to meet their needs and attract their skills
Long-running debates about equality in the world of work have been gathering momentum in recent years. But as awareness and understanding of inequality matures, it is important to begin examining increasingly granular groups to ensure nobody slips through the cracks. One such group is disabled women, who have 'been invisible, both to the advocates of women's rights and of disability rights,' according to a background paper put to UN Women. Awareness and education Disabled women are a...
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