Disabled people have worked remotely for years, and they’ve got advice for you and your bosses
Alternative working arrangements are a necessity. Many of us have been working from home to curb the effects of the pandemic. But for disabled and chronically ill workers, remote work was a hard-won right. Chelsea Cirruzzo explores how disabled people who have been working at home for decades have a wealth of tips and tricks to perfect it. But, they also wonder, why did it take a public health crisis affecting non-disabled people to make things more readily accessible?
From The Washington Post