Sign Language Accessibility- Fostering Linguistic Diversity in the Workplace_HGS.docx

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Sign Language Accessibility: Fostering Linguistic Diversity in the WorkplaceWhile we adjust to a ‘new normal’ everyday, everyone across the globe is meeting a new height ofresilience and adaptability. With the aim to ‘build back a better tomorrow’, organizations are tryingto mend the old ways of working for a future-ready workplace.The constant chaos and mayhem has unknowingly taught us the value of acceptance, tolerance,patience and inclusion. While we stood physically separated, the world witnessed a new gambit ofvirtual unison. While the workforce was going through a turmoil, workplaces witnessed relaxeddeadlines, higher inclusion, hiring across geographies, increased focus on mental and emotionalwellbeing and strengthened diversity.With the hope to re-invent the traditional models of workplace, organizations are actively fosteringan environment and culture of equality with the motto that "Disability is not an inability".As perWHO reports, over five per cent of the global population — 432 million adults suffers from significanthearing loss and 6.3% of the Indian population suffers from significant hearing loss. India's recently

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