A more inclusive workplace

Mohd Sazali (light blue shirt) communicating with a group of deaf employees after launching Flex Penang’s Diversity & Inclusion Week at the company plant in Prai. With them are Viswanathan (centre) and Razman (dark blue shirt). — Photos: ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star

BOTH the government and private sectors should include more people with disabilities (PwD) in their workforce.

Penang Labour Department director Mohd Sazali Keteh said companies should depend less on foreign workers and instead hire more PwDs.

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