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When I talk with my friends who have disabilities about what’s important in a career or job, flexibility is usually one of their top priorities. DiversityInc, a web-based publication dedicated to workplace diversity, listed the top companies for flexibility and options for people with disabilities, offering a great resource for Punch-In job seekers looking to find part-time, freelance, temporary, and other options for work flexibility.

Here are the companies they listed that offer great flexible work options for people with disabilities:

  1. KPMG – full-time jobs, part-time jobs, seasonal jobs, remote jobs
  2. Kaiser Permanente  – full-time jobs, part-time jobs, temporary jobs, freelance jobs
  3. Aetna – full-time jobs, remote jobs
  4. Ernst & Young – part-time jobs, flexible schedule jobs, remote jobs, freelance jobs
  5. Procter & Gamble – part-time jobs, remote jobs
  6. Deloitte – full time jobs, remote jobs, alternative schedule jobs, freelance jobs
  7. Sodexo – occasional jobs, full-time jobs, part-time jobs, temporary jobs, remote jobs
  8. Starwood Hotels & Resorts – full-time jobs, part-time jobs, temporary jobs, remote jobs
  9. Northrop Grumman – full-time jobs, part-time jobs, occasional jobs, remote jobs
  10. Lockheed Martin – full-time jobs, part-time jobs, remote jobs
  11. Comcast NBC Universal – part-time jobs, freelance jobs, temporary jobs, alternative schedule jobs
  12. Accenture – freelance jobs, short-term jobs, full-time jobs, remote jobs
  13. Prudential Financial – full-time jobs, part-time jobs, temporary jobs, remote jobs, freelance jobs
  14. Hartford Financial Services Group – full-time jobs, remote jobs

Hiring people with disabilities is an asset, study after study has shown. One of those p=potential upsides for employers who are considering hiring people with disabilities is the innovation employees with disabilities bring to the work force. Employees with disabilities bring unique experiences and understanding that transform a workplace and enhance products and services. As part of a team, employees with disabilities help build the business and foster the development of next-generation products and services.

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