Building an inclusive workplace isn’t just about hiring people with disabilities. It’s about developing long-term strategies, systems, and support to create an environment where people with disabilities can succeed.
Brad Nardick was always interested in building “purposeful work” into his family-run business, The Bazaar, Inc. The president of the 60-year-old company that sells overstock merchandise from manufacturers to retail chains just didn’t know how to get started.
Disability inclusion is about more than hiring people with disabilities—it’s about creating a workplace where all employees can thrive.