Disabled People React to Coronavirus Work From Home Accommodations

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Disabled People React to Coronavirus Work From Home Accommodations

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Individuals with disabilities have fought for accommodations to work from home for years. The pandemic has seen the development of widespread teleworking, with employers now providing accommodations for their workers to work at home. This situation is bittersweet for disabled individuals, who have experienced job loss and job frustration because of the lack of accommodations they faced in pre-pandemic times. It is hoped that now that employers are providing alternative work options including working at home they will continue this trend post-pandemic and provide more job opportunities and job growth for disabled individuals who require work-at-home options.

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This item was submitted on July 23, 2021 by Sharon Hunt using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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