Being so accomodating
In fact, some employers might not know how to properly accommodate a disabled employee; this can be detrimental to all parties involved.
Only ten percent of small employers even know that there is a one in three likelihood of a worker between the ages of 35 and 65 suffering a serious disability, according to a 2002 study by the American Council of Life Insurers.
The night of the wedding went beautifully - dinner was delicious and our service was phenomenal.
We ended up finishing the appetizers a lot faster than anticipated, and the kitchen worked with us right away to make some more appetizers. We couldn't have gone with a better venue." - Happy bride, Wedding., November 2014 "Everbody was wonderful to work with and made sure to help make our day amazing!
" - Tonya, Wedding, November 2013 "Thank you for all your hard work and for making our dream wedding come true.
These tips will help you accommodate disabled employees and welcome them back to work.
Everything was spectacular from start to finish and we were so happy we chose to celebrate at Majestic Oaks.
Thanks for being so accommodating and easy to work with throughout the process.
Jessica Stillman is a freelance writer based in Cyprus with interests in unconventional career paths, generational differences, and the future of work.
She has blogged for CBS Money Watch, Giga OM, and Brazen Careerist."It is always in your favor to be nice; it is rarely advantageous to be passive," Quora user Courtney Bryant wrote recently on the question-and-answer site, adding: "A blend of kindness and assertiveness is a magnificent cocktail." But what happens when you get that recipe wrong, mixing in too much deference for others and not enough hard-headed pursuit of your own goals?
"The entire staff was very friendly and helped make the day memorable. " - Kristina, Wedding, June 2015 "We are very happy to have used Majestic Oaks.