CVS is Making Strides for a More Inclusive Work Environment

Posted: November 13, 2017 by AMCPress And Co in Disability News

CVS has been making progress for a more inclusive work environment for those with disabilities. This is progress in the making since they are training their employees with mock stores which would provide a better training for their employees and also help those who need any accommodations when learning the job at hand.

This model can be done by other corporations since it will only help provide better training for those who need extra help with learning the tasks especially in relation to retail jobs. More has to be done to provide a better work environment for all without hindering those from gaining work experience.

This is one of the best models I’ve seen as of late from any businesses whom are looking to be hire those who have disabilities.

This hope for more businesses to jump on board to provide a better work environment. There’s no excuse for other businesses not to look into this model when last month was National Disability Employment Month.

This shows the progress of each corporation will go for obtaining a better work environment for all their employees. We can hope that more corporations will end stride to make changes.

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