EMPLOYABILITY AND INCLUSIVITY OF SPECIALLY ABLED IN COMPANIES OF SELECT SECTOR IN KARNATAKA
Received: 25.04.2021; Revised: 28.06.2021, Accepted: 05.07.2021, Published Online: 30.07.2021
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In the developed nations, a large chunk of people having disabilities ranges from about 10% to 20% of the total population. The prevalence of disabilities in the developing nations have been reported to be 1%- 2% of the total population. Specially abled are considered to be the largest minority of the world. They are likely to be poor as compared to non-disabled and thus a small amount of governmental allocation isn’t sufficient for improving their socio-economic conditions. Their capacity building alongwith an overall development is important. People with disabilities face numerous barriers because of injustices based on sex, colour, race, religion, language, national, political opinion, property, age and birth. Thus, multiple studies have been done which shows that Specially abled in private sector jobs are way more focussed and sincere than their regular counterparts. Specially abled even have a high level of empathy in the customer service area and low attrition level. Thus, they represent an attractive and untapped pool of talent.
Keywords: Specially abled persons, employment for specially abled persons, Employability of specially abled persons