Can I still employ a person with disability?

In my field of business, I usually hire people who strives to work hard and achieve their goal. I pay my people in the manner of how they work and ofcourse what time do they go to work. Recently a few handicapped persons came to our company to pass their resumes assuming to get hired. Can I hire them if they are qualified?

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    Depending on what business you are running, you can hire the handicapped people if they can manage to cope up with the business world. Some handicapped are gifted in somethings that we are not expecting. It is still an option to hire them. There is no law that says that you cannot hire handicapped persons.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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