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The acknowledgement of one’s disability, a fundamental right

What is the RQTH ("reconnaissance de la qualité de travailleur handicapé", or administrative recognition of a worker's disability, in French), and what does recognising somebody’s status as a disabled worker really mean? What’s the point? 

The purpose of this learning session is to demystify what declaring a disability in the workplace involves – it explores areas that people might not know about and looks at people’s reluctance to reveal disabling situations, their fear of how their colleagues may react, and their concern that having their disability recognised could have an impact on their career… 

There are lots of reasons why people might be reluctant to apply for an RQTH, but obtaining one is a key step that will make their working environment more comfortable, as well as helping them to achieve their full potential.



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