Reasons to hire deaf people
October 17, 2017
Very few deaf people are hired as employees due to the lack of open mindedness of employers. While hiring a worker their skills get overshadowed by their disability. Here are some reasons that make deaf workers as hirable as any other person.
- Deaf people are more adaptable to the environment and can fit well in any place. Deaf workers are patient and can work calmly even in while facing a challenge.
- They are not affected by cultural or communication differences and can use this as a strong problem solving and interpersonal skills.
- Due to their life and experiences, deaf workers bring a new perspective to the team. They can come with fresh ideas.
- Workers with disabilities are viewed as dependable, loyal, and responsible as per research. They are also more positive and hardworking.
- Deaf workers can create a more open minded workplace and promote the feeling of acceptance and respect.
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