How Employees with IDD Contribute to the Workforce
DEI Vocabulary • 1m 53s
Expand your thinking about the benefits of adding employees with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) to your team. Consider that people with IDD can fill existing positions and perform well in many areas of business operations.
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