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Inditex plan to double number of disabled employees in 2 years, up to 1500 people

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EFE
Translated by
Cassidy STEPHENS
Published
Jan 25, 2023

Inditex will raise the number of disabled employees in its global workforce over the next two years, to 1,500 workers, double the current figure, the company announced on Wednesday.


Inditex CEO Óscar García Maceiras, with ILO's general director Gilbert F. Houngbo - Inditex


The group's commitment will enhance disability inclusion in its network of stores, logistics centres, warehouses and offices around the world.

Inditex's objective is to "always" exceed the ratios of people with disabilities set by the legislation of the different markets in which it operates, it said in a statement.

It adds that in those markets where there are no specific regulations, Inditex has set itself the goal of reaching at least 2 % of employees with disabilities.
 

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