Special mooncakes adorned with Chinese writing made by the visually impaired aim to raise the awareness of people suffering from visual disabilities, in Hong Kong in July 2015. The mooncakes each came with the Chinese character for “Braille” inscribed on its surface. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong employers know the benefits of a diverse workplace, so why not hire people with disabilities?

Alfred C.M. Chan says employing people with disabilities brings proven benefits to companies, as many know, but too few of them in Hong Kong actually take that first step towards a diverse workplace

Topic |   Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC)

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Special mooncakes adorned with Chinese writing made by the visually impaired aim to raise the awareness of people suffering from visual disabilities, in Hong Kong in July 2015. The mooncakes each came with the Chinese character for “Braille” inscribed on its surface. Photo: Handout
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