Learn how to keep deaf and hard of hearing employees engaged and productive.

Engaging employees makes for smart business. When employees look forward to showing up to work, they bring their full potential to the job. In turn, your customers get a great experience, and everyone sees the returns.

Due to common communication barriers, Deaf and Hard of Hearing (D/HH) employees often feel disengaged, but changing this is easy! Better yet, most of the tips we share will make your other employees feel more engaged, too.

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Learn how to effectively communicate with deaf and hard of hearing employees by downloading this free eGuide. 

Communicating effectively in the workplace is an especially critical tool for anyone, deaf or hearing. Soft skills like active listening, engaging in nonverbal communication, empathizing, giving constructive feedback, and being clear and concise lead to greater productivity and effectiveness. 

So, what does this mean for the deaf and hard of hearing employee?

How can you ensure that all your employees receive the same level of effective, inclusive communication? With a little education, flexibility, and a willingness to try, it’s a lot easier than you think.

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Learn more about accommodations, hiring deaf workers, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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And more! Download this free eGuide today to learn more about reasonable accommodations and what you need to know when you start to hire deaf employees.  

In this e-guide, you’ll learn all about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and how it relates to hiring deaf and hard of hearing employees.

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Learn best practices and how to find certified American Sign Language interpreters.

Good communication with Deaf and hard of hearing people starts with understanding how to use sign language interpreters – whether that’s on the phone, in-person or over video. In this free downloadable e-guide, you’ll find topics like:

You’ll also find tips for how to use interpreters during interviews, meetings and appointments. Once you understand the process, you will be better able to serve your Deaf and Hard of hearing employees, customers and consumers.

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