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How Remote Work Impacts Employees With Disabilities
Matthew Ramir is a senior developer at Bounteous, a digital consultancy, who lives with cerebral palsy. This story is from a time he was injured commuting to a former employer's office—one of several times he says similar falls happened.
For Ramir and the millions of professionals who have disabilities that make commuting difficult, or even dangerous, remote work isn’t just a perk. It’s something that fundamentally changes their relationship to work.
Last Modified: 2020-5-2